Diane Pak

Summer Intern

Diane Pak’s ethnicity are Cambodian, Thai, Indian, and European. She’s one of the first-generation to be born in America in her family while being raised as a independent and strong woman by her parents who were born and raised in Cambodia. Diane was born and raised in Philadelphia, PA. She’s  was also raised in Long Beach, California for a such period of time. Diane’s lifelong lessons and determination came from where she’s was raised from in Southwest Philadelphia. Where it is one of the poverty’s area in Philadelphia. She is also one of the first to attend college. Diane is also an alumni at the Community College of Philadelphia where she’s studied Psychology. Diane now has transfer to Brigham Young University-Pathways Worldwide Online program studying General Studies. In Diane’s childhood she was born and raised in religion of  Buddhism, but has converted into Christianity later in her life. She became a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saint for about 6 years now. 


Diane is a volunteer for Public Health Young Leaders Association located in Philadelphia, PA and with Student with Psychosis located worldwide. Diane is also one of the creative ambassadors for Campus Philly. She’s live in North Philly while  attending school online.