Point Alumnus Diego Arango studied architecture as an undergraduate student at Columbia University. He graduated in 2012, and currently works in design at Joeb Moore & Partners, a Greenwich, CT firm specializing in modern, high end residential architecture.
Diego Arango grew up in Weston, Florida, and became a Point Scholar in 2008. As a student at Columbia, Diego was a member of the Columbia Queer Alliance. In 2011, he helped organize IvyQ, an LGBTQ leadership conference for students at Ivy League universities, creating a forum for a diverse group of students to discuss intersections of sexuality, politics, education, and health. He also served as Vice President of the Columbia Architecture Society. In his free time Diego enjoys traveling, especially to Colombia, where his family is from. He also loves hiking and dancing and eating great food from around the world.
Point Foundation has consistently mentored, connected, and supported Diego in his academic, professional, and personal life. He is proud to advance Point Foundations's mission as a Trustee.