Diana Colín is the Director of the Powerful Innovations for Voter Organizing and Transformation (PIVOT) Pooled Fund. Colín has deep roots in the community and has over 13 years in the power-building field and philanthropy. She is an immigrant from Mexico and grew up in Unincorporated South Whittier in Los Angeles County.
She previously served as the civic engagement program officer at the California Community Foundation, where she helped lead civic engagement strategies and goals for the department’s Policy, Advocacy, and Strategic Partnership team.
Before joining CCF, Colín worked as the Political Director at the Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights, CHIRLA, and CHIRLA Action Fund. Colin led the Immigrant Political Power Project, a statewide electoral program for immigrants by immigrants, and is a co-founder of the Immigrant Power PAC.
Colín was also part of CREDO Super PAC, Take Down the Tea Party Ten Campaign, a 2012 campaign to remove ten Tea Party Representatives from office.