Discovering the stories no one else is telling. Award-winning television journalist with a passion for illuminating the truth and heart in any story.
Dina has reported and produced news magazine and investigative stories for Al Jazeera America and KCET's "SoCal Connected." Dina has also appeared on TRT World News as a foreign correspondent reporting and analyzing U.S. news for a global audience, and on the nationally syndicated show America Now as the show's lead story reporter and producer.
Dina began her network news career at ABC News as a field and story producer. She contributed to all ABC News broadcasts covering political campaigns, national breaking news, special events, and culture/human interest stories from Los Angeles, Washington DC, Boston, and Chicago bureaus. Dina frequently enterprises and develops stories that are picked up for national and international broadcast. She has also produced entertainment news stories for ABC News and Access Hollywood. Her written work has appeared in Psychology Today, ABCNews.com, and UnderstandingHealth.com
In 2011, Dina was engaged as the director/producer for a non-profit sponsored feature documentary in Nicaragua, filming the stories of aid workers and the people they assist in Nicaragua's toxic and dangerous garbage dumps.
Dina has been awarded three LA area Emmy Awards, an L.A. Press Club Award for her groundbreaking California fracking investigation, as well as a Golden Mike and other L.A. Press Club awards. She has also been honored with nominations as a woman making a difference in Los Angeles for the Los Angeles Business Journal's annual Women's Summit in 2015, 2016 and 2017.