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Shaila Diaz
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Shaila Diaz

Executive Assistant

Shaila is the Executive Assistant at the Hispanic Access Foundation where she supports the President & CEO. Shaila also provides administrative support to the Board.

Prior to coming to Hispanic Access Foundation, Shaila worked as an Executive Assistant at Yale University where she provided executive support for over 4 years. Shaila has worked in both the academic and hospital setting in various roles. She received a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and an Associate’s degree in Business Office Technology. In addition to her work professionally, Shaila has also given back to the community by volunteering her time at a child psychiatric hospital and in her local church.

Why she works for Hispanic Access…

"I am very passionate about aligning my skills with an organization that serves the community. I work for Hispanic Access so that I can make a difference in the Hispanic community by helping others."

In her spare time…

“I enjoy traveling in my spare time and spending time with my family.”

Her favorite book…

“My favorite book is “Fervent” by Priscilla Shirer.”

A person she finds inspirational…

“I find Billy Graham to be inspirational. Billy Graham was a person with humble beginnings that made a powerful and lasting contribution to the evangelical movement.”

About Us

Hispanic Access Foundation connects Latinos and others with partners and opportunities to improve lives and create an equitable society.

Phone: (202) 640-4342

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