A graduate of Carnegie Mellon University, Diane Lee majored in Chemistry and Art and minored in Photography. During her time in school, she joined CMU’s chapter of the service fraternity Alpha Phi Omega, where she served as historian for a year and volunteered at local and campus-wide events. She’s also spent a week in Nicaragua volunteering with Global Water Brigades, and a summer working with Pittsburgh youth as a teaching assistant with the Gelfand Center‘s outreach program at CMU. Coming from an interdisciplinary background mixing chemistry and art, she’s also passionate about women’s health, visual narratives, and sustainability. Her hobbies include collecting houseplants, as well as watching/making short videos, photography, bookmaking, and other sorts of documentative reflection. Diane is a member of our South Hilltop cohort and is serving with Green Building Alliance as Program and Resource Coordinator.