About Diana Boric
Diana Boric is a passionate and socially conscious designer with prior professional experience in creative services for media, retail and non-profits. Prior to earning a Master’s in landscape architecture at Rutgers University, she worked in community-based healthcare implementing innovative program design and strategic outreach initiatives for LGBTQ+ youth, re-entry, and unhoused communities. She also holds certificates in Interior Design and Architectural Studies and Human Centered Healthcare from Parsons School of Design.
In 2021, she was selected to participate in the Dumbarton Oaks Graduate Workshop focused on Public Lands, Public Health. In 2022, she was nominated by faculty as the graduate LAF Olmsted Scholar and in 2023, her independent research project was selected to be presented at conferences in New York City and Mexico City.
In her free time, she enjoys travel, photography, drawing, making playlists, hosting events and spending time with her family and friends.