Dianna Náñez has worked with The Arizona Republic since 2006, covering politics and government, Latino communities, and public safety. As part of the Storytelling team, she wrote narratives that gave voice to interesting people, uncovered truths, or got to the heart of a complex issues. Currently, she’s a member of the investigative team reporting about child-welfare in Arizona and a weekend breaking-news editor. She also chairs the newsroom's Diversity Committee, which works to ensure that news coverage accurately reflects Arizona's diverse people and communities.