Diana Bonilla is passionate about exploring how technology can contribute to improving overall wellbeing and promoting social engagement. Her 5+ years of experience being a care provider for an older adult have inspired her interest in the innovative uses of technology to support and optimize the independence of older adults and improve their quality of life. As a previous project intern of the FPCIW, she helped deploy 25 laptops and mobile hotspots to a group of older adults at one of our affordable housing communities and helped design and implement computer workshops. Diana holds a B.A. in sociology from California State University, Los Angeles, and a M.S. in gerontology with a specialization in geriatric care from the University of Southern California.