Diana Lutta has served the United Nations for over 6 years. Currently, she serves as a Programme, Data, and Knowledge-Management analyst. In this capacity, she provides technical assistance and policy support across a number of normative and intergovernmental processes. Furthermore, Diana Lutta has played a key role in corporate planning processes and the initial design and ongoing development of several program strategies. She first joined the UN as a volunteer in 2015 during which time she conceptualized the acceleration of incorporating the youth agenda into multilateralism.
Ms. Lutta holds a master of arts in international studies from the Institute of Diplomacy. During her time as a graduate student, she functioned as a liaison focal point, coordinator, and spokesperson for grad students, particularly in regard to interactions with the school administration and key external actors including from the United Nations system . As an undergraduate, she studied political science and peace studies.
In addition to her degrees, Diana Lutta has received several accolades from the UN System Staff College in Turin, Italy, including master of resilience and master of negotiations honors. Beyond her work with the UN, Diana's personal interests mainly involve traveling.
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