How This Colombian Immigrant-Turned-Engineer Landed One of NASA’s Top Jobs
Diana Trujillo came to the United States with $300 in her pocket and paid her way through school all to pursue her dream of one day working for NASA. Two decades later and Diana has worked at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, contributing to both human and robotic space missions, since 2008. One of Diana’s biggest accomplishments of all, however, is leading the charge during the broadcast of the historic Mars Perseverance Rover landing in Spanish for the first-time ever. She joins “Tamron Hall” to tell us about her work in tech.