Executive Director

Jennifer Ho

Jennifer Ho

Professor, Ethnic Studies • Director, Center for Humanities & the Arts
The daughter of a refugee father from China and an immigrant mother from Jamaica, whose own parents were immigrants from Hong Kong, Jennifer Ho is the director of the Center for the Humanities & the Arts at the University of Colorado Boulder, where she also holds an appointment as Professor in the Ethnic Studies department. She is the current president of the Association for Asian American Studies and sits on...

Staff

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Diamond Darling

Events and Communication Coordinator
Diamond Darling (she/her) is the events and communications coordinator for the Center for Humanities & the Arts (CHA) at the University of Colorado Boulder. Diamond received her BS in Hospitality Management with a focus in the hotel and tourism industry in 2018. In 2020, her career path shifted to higher education, beginning at the University of Kentucky. While in Kentucky, Diamond worked as a communications and conference coordinator for a...
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Megan King

Video Content Specialist
Megan is an artist, writer, and media creator from Colorado Springs, studying Strategic Communications, Media Production, and Ethnic Studies.
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Mariana Pereira Vieira

Program Manager
Mariana Pereira Vieira grew up in Brazil, Costa Rica and El Salvador. She received a BFA in Photography from Georgia Southern University and an MFA in Interdisciplinary Media Arts Practices from the University of Colorado Boulder. After several years dedicated to different arts non-profits in Colorado, she returned to work in higher education at CU Boulder. Mariana believes that art changes lives and is passionate about education. In 2022, she...
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Dani Urbina

Special Projects
Dani Urbina is an undergraduate student double majoring in Media Studies and Information Science with a minor in Women and Gender Studies. She is from Arvada, Colorado and has lived there her entire life. She began working for the CHA during her freshman year in January 2020. She also works as the Resident Advisor for the Multicultural Perspectives Living Learning Community in Hallett Hall.