Diana Gutiérrez is a Mexican-American Chicago native. Born to immigrant parents, she is bilingual and speaks fluent Spanish. Diana came to The Jam ready to report and cover the city's top stories of the day. Born on the city's Southwest side, Gutiérrez understands the importance of unbiased journalism and is passionate about storytelling. As a board member of the National Association of Hispanic Journalists, she focuses on keeping their mantra alive, 'more Latinos in News'!
Gutierréz discovered her passion for journalism while she was studying abroad in Madrid, Spain. Soon after, as a first-generation college graduate, she received her bachelor's degree from DePaul University in 2016. She kicked off her career in South Bend, Indiana where she was a weekday general assignment reporter and weekend morning anchor. She's covering everything from immigration reform, severe weather, and festivals, Gutiérrez is excited to be back home in the Windy City!
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