Born and raised a New Yorker but a Texan at heart, Diana Tatu received her Bachelor of Arts in Broadcast Journalism from State University of New York Plattsburgh. While in New York, she worked in television both on screen as a reporter and off screen as a production assistant for “7 News” WWNY-TV, broadcast on CBS. Diana also worked in radio as on-air talent under the tutlage of “Wes Shockley” with WBLH-Radio. Diana’s broadcast experience deepened her desires to connect with people from all different walks of life and explore music even further. In 2012, Diana relocated to San Antonio and fell in love with Musical Bridges Around the World and its mission. Diana is now approaching her 6th Anniversary at MBAW. As Office Manager, Diana provides administrative and organizational support of operations; including reports, filing, invoicing, production logistics, etc. With over 15 years of experience as a pianist, in addition to her work for MBAW, Diana has dedicated many hours in churches across the country including US Air Force-Joint Base San Antonio (contracted) and Fort Drum Chapel Next.