Diana Tordoff is a PhD student in the Epidemiology Department at the University of Washington. Diana received her MPH in Epidemiology from the University of Washington and her BA in Mathematics and Economics at Vassar College. Prior to joining UW, Diana has worked as a data analyst at NERA Economic Consulting, with an emphasis on healthcare economics. Diana also has over three years direct service experience, supporting IDU, homeless youth, and at-risk LGBTQ communities in San Francisco, California. While working at Larkin Street Youth Services, Diana advocated for and provided instruction for at-risk and homeless youth, ranging from college readiness to sexual health education. Her interests include health disparities, STIs, LGBTQ and minority health.