Diana Blass joined Chasing News in November 2014. She loves digging into issues related to government spending, politics, and human interest, never hesitating where the chase might take her.
Some of her more memorable stories include uncovering gang activity in NYC’s Harlem Snug program, jumping into NYC dumpsters to investigate “freeganism”, and exploring the mysterious rise of dead fish on Long Island’s shores.
Diana has experience at CBS News and Fox News. Her stories have been published in The Military Times, McClatchy Newspapers, and MarketWatch.
Before joining Chasing News, Diana worked as a one-man-band video journalist in Connecticut for It’s Relevant. She holds a master’s degree from Northwestern’s Medill School of Journalism and received her bachelor’s degree from American University.