Hi, I’m Adriana Diaz! I am a journalist and producer based in New York City. I currently work as a Features Reporter for The New York Post. You can find my work focusing on what’s going on in the city, dating faux pas, ,Gen Z and millennial trends, and much more in print and online.
Before this, I worked at Daily Mail Online, The Sun, and Best Life Online covering a range of topics from breaking news to entertainment.
I previously worked at TMX.news as a booker, reporter, editor, and producer. My video interviews were picked up by outlets including, People, Good Morning America, and The Washington Post.
I am skilled in managing social media platforms (Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and Snapchat), video editing programs (Adobe Premiere, Final Cut Pro, and iMovie), design software (Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Spark, and Adobe InDesign), CMS software (WordPress and Content Creator) and can become the ultimate stalker to get in touch with a contact for a story or project (LexisNexis, Celebrity Service, RocketReach, Lusha, PeopleFinder, and People Search).
While in college at Boston University, I earned my degree in Journalism with a minor in Women’s Gender Studies and a concentration in Spanish. I have worked in Boston, Los Angeles, and Madrid.
After graduation, I worked with the nation’s top anti-human trafficking organizations utilizing my data journalism skills to investigate human trafficking networks.
Because I can never be too busy, I also worked with a small women-owned start-up called Slay Beauty Pass managing their social media accounts, running their blog, and acquiring new business partnerships.
I have a wide range of interests from international women’s rights to celebrity gossip- we should have known we were never really going to be done keeping up with the Kardashians.
Some days I can’t stop reading in the cozy corner of the couch and on others, I’m running 10 miles down the East River. I love meeting new people and have been known to ask a lot of questions – so get ready!