Bio

Diana Castañeda is a journalist who has worked as a political correspondent and news anchor covering U.S. and international events with special significance to Hispanic viewers. She is the former director and host of “Poder Latino,” NTN24’s Sunday political debate show. She has covered multiple congressional and presidential elections, the U.S.-Cuba thaw, the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals policy, and produced a special report on Central American children crossing the U.S.-Mexico border called “Cross or Die” (2014). She holds a Master in Political Communication and Strategic Governance from George Washington University and a Bachelor in Journalism and Social Communications from Universidad de La Sabana in Colombia.