A graduate of Carnegie Mellon University, Diana Yuh majored in Global Studies. She was heavily involved in community service at CMU and around the world. Her service includes time with the Meeso Heemang School for North Korean Refugees, where she provided tutoring and mentoring, Korean and English language education, and art and writing workshops to North Korean students. She also served as president of FORGE, where over the past several years she has tutored a Nepali-Bhutanese refugee family, led student volunteers in serving other refugee families, and was responsible for many other duties and successes. In the past, she has also served with the Polaris Human Trafficking Network, with Juntos: Creating Ties, and with Pittsburgh Refugee Youth Summer Enrichment. Diana’s hobbies include yoga, reading, drawing, and pottery. Diana is a part of the East End cohort and serves at The Global Switchboard.