Diannie Chavez is a multimedia journalist who is always looking to tell great stories using captivating visuals. She is determined, passionate and always tries to find the best in any assignment.
Having attended the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication, Chavez covered the U.S. Capitol as part of the Cronkite News Washington D.C. news bureau. She also completed a fellowship with News21, a national investigative reporting initiative, where she was able to travel across the country to tell the stories of community members impacted by policing and police reform.
Now, she is undergoing a photojournalism fellowship with The Arizona Republic where she is covering anything from sports to housing to community-based events.
Born in the border city of El Paso, Chavez has always been passionate about forming meaningful relationships and hopes to focus on widespread social issues, most importantly centered around community.
Chavez is fluent in Spanish and is always proud to represent her culture and roots in the work that she does.