Diana Diaz is an American news anchor, who works for WSVN-TV channel 7, Miami, Florida, and co-anchors with Alex de Arms, Nicole Linsalata, Vanessa Borge, and meteorologist Vivian Gonzalez. She is also currently working at MSP Recovery as a Chief Communications Officer.
Age, Early Life, and Education Background
Diana Diaz was born under the Libra zodiac sign on 21 September 1994, in Nicaragua, and so is
28 years old as of 2022. Her family moved to the US shortly after she was born, and they settled in Florida, where she spent the rest of her childhood together with her two elder brothers – she hasn’t revealed their names, nor those of her parents.
Diana went to Coral Gables Senior High and her passion for dancing drove her to join the Gablettes, which was a National Champion dance team. She later matriculated to the University
of Florida, and thereafter graduated with a broadcast journalism degree. Diana was also a member of the dance club Dazzler and also served as the vice president of Alpha Delta Pi Sorority.
Diana is an outdoorsy person who enjoys camping, and taking long walks together with her family.
Her great passion for dancing has seen her teaching both dancing and cheerleading classes.
She is a great fan of fishing, and has shared that she finds it very relaxing.
Diaz is also fascinated by plays, and is a big fan of acting – she appeared in the children’s comedy theatrical production, “Fam Jamz” in the past.
She is also a philanthropist who is committed to helping the underprivileged.
Diana launched her journalism career at WUFT-TV, Gainesville, and then began anchoring at WWI-TV, Vero Beach, where she bagged the Best Newscast Award by Regional Broadcasters Association. She was lucky to join the 7 News team, and was tasked with reporting local breaking news – she traveled abroad and across the US, compiling local and international stories. She’s also interviewed celebrities, politicians and other notable personalities. Diaz later began co-hosting the acclaimed WSVN show “Deco Drive,” in which she reported about entertainment headlines. She worked together with the reporters, Mike Dipasquale and Lorena Karen Hensel, among others. Diana later joined Today in Florida, delivering news and entertaining her fans.
Diana is a philanthropist who formerly admitted that she feels lucky to be a resident of her hometown, and that she’s glad to be able to give back to the community. She donates to many local charitie,s and is a member of the American Nicaraguan Foundation, which offers shelter, food, and education to underprivileged families living in Nicaragua. She has also participated in many medical missions, toured across South America, and has been ranked among the five “Nicaraguans Who Shine Outside the Nation.”
Diaz is a married woman , revealed through an Instagram post, and is fond of sharing pictures of her husband on the platform, whom she refers to as ‘Hubby’. She hasn’t revealed his name or the exact date of their wedding, but she previously celebrated their seventh wedding anniversary in April 2017. The duo has welcomed three children; Demi Gabriella ‘Gabby’ Darcangelo, born on 28 June 2003, son Donny Darcangelo born in 2004, and another daughter, Daniella Darcangelo who was born in November 2005. Diana is keen on spending meaningful time with her family, despite having a tight schedule, as she’s revealed.
Diana is seemingly close to her parents, and frequently posts about them on Instagram. She previously wished her mother a happy birthday, and posted a photo of her father on Father’s Day, captioned with a heart-warming message.
Height, Weight, and Physical Appearance
Diana is of white ethnicity, and has dark brown eyes and long brown hair. She’s 5ft 6ins (1.68m) tall, but hasn’t revealed her weight and vital statistics.
Diana has accumulated her wealth from her current job as a communications officer working for MSP Recovery firm, which recovers funds from Medicaid and Medicare that may have become disbursed erroneously. She earns an average salary of approximately $75,000 per year, and has a net worth of around $750,000 as of late-2022. Her career as a news anchor has also contributed to her riches significantly, and has seen her become a household name in the US.
Popular Diana Diaz’s Colleagues at WSVN
Alex de Armas
Alex is an award-winning bilingual journalist who works as a morning news anchor, and joined Miami-based WSVN in 2015. She now works alongside Vivian Gonzales, Vanessa Borge and Diaz. Alex was born in Miami in 1991, and is now 31 years old. She attended Notre Dame de Lourdes Academy before matriculating to Miami Dade College in 2009, graduating with a BA in Mass Media and Journalism. She also attended Florida University, and graduated with a BA degree in Journalism in 2013.
Alex first worked as an intern at CBS News, Miami, in 2011, before she joined WCJB-TV as a reporter and associate producer in 2012. She quit WCJB-TV one year later, and joined WBBH-
TV to serve as a reporter from 2013 to 2015. She previously worked at Comcast Newsmakers news show as a producer.
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— Alex de Armas (@alexdearmaswsvn) July 17, 2018
Vanessa, who also works as a host of the morning show “Good Day in LA,” which airs on KTTV, and Fox News Network, was born in Miami on 4 February 1987, so is currently 35 years old. Her mother worked as a beauty consultant and accountant, and attended Lourdes Academy, South Florida, before matriculating to the University of Florida, Gainesville, graduating in 2008 with a BA in Broadcast Journalism, and an English literature minor.
Vanessa began working as a Desk Editor at CBS News Network in 2009, before transferring to NewsRadio WIOD, to serve as a reporter. She returned to CBS in 2016, then joined Fox 11 in 2018. Vanessa is dating her longtime boyfriend, Chris Paul Borgo, who is a fitness enthusiast and a model.
Vivian Gonzales and Nicole Linsalata
Vivian currently serves as a Morning Meteorologist and weather anchor at WSVN 7 Channel. She was born on 28 March 1988 – so 34 years old now – in Miami, and attended Monsignor Edward Pace High before matriculating to Florida International University to study Geography. She is also an alumnus of Mississippi State University, from which she graduated with a degree in Geosciences. She joined Channel 7 in 2005, and has spent nearly 17 years as a meteorologist and weather producer for the channel.
Nicole Linsalata also joined WSVN in 2005 – she was formerly working for CBS and KIRO-TV. She was born in Florida, growing up in Cooper City. She received both Edward R. Murrow and EMMY awards for her acclaimed story, “Hope of Haiti in 2012,” which is about the hurricane-ravaged region, 24 months after an earthquake hit west of Port-au-Prince.