Diane Angulo joined the Fulfillment Fund in July 2016. As a College Counselor, Diane works with high school juniors and seniors providing them with college plans through one-on-one counseling sessions. She also holds workshops to help students with college and financial aid applications.
Growing up in a low-income community with minimal academic resources, Diane is dedicated to helping students pursue a higher education. Before joining Fulfillment Fund, Diane served as an AmeriCorps member working with students of all ages in underserved communities. As an undergrad, she worked with at-risk youth in the city of Santa Cruz, acting as a mentor to middle school students. Most recently, Diane worked as a College and Career Ambassador with the nonprofit organization, Youth Policy Institute. As a College and Career Ambassador, she educated high school students on the different college requirements, held student intervention sessions, helped students set career goals, and held student and parent workshops.
Diane received her B.A. in Sociology from the University of California, Santa Cruz. She continued her studies at Pepperdine University where she received her M.A. in Educational Psychology.