Diana Holguin

Diana Holguin

Voice Over Artist

Studio & Gear

  • Freestanding Vocal Booth To Go
  • Rode NT1A mic
  • Universal Apollo Solo interface
  • Macbook Pro
  • Twisted Wave software
  • SourceConnect Standard: dholguinvo

“Diana’s narration was exactly what we were looking for: conversational, professional, and perfect for our audience. The audio was high quality, too. We look forward to working with Diana again!”


More About Diana

A true bilingual voiceover and on-camera actor with no discernible accent, Diana learned English and Spanish simultaneously growing up between Bogota and Miami. She developed the ability early on to appreciate and adapt to both cultures – a skill that she naturally and effectively channels into her voiceover approach. Diana’s lifelong passion for the arts (theater, film, music, cuisine)  drives her creative prowess and allows her to bring a variety of authentic flavors to her performances. Kindly reassuring to youthfully energizing, she can deliver a broad range of ages and attitudes and is often the go-to voice for both English and Spanish versions of a project. 

Diana Holguin, Professional Voice Over Artist, Voiceover for the Planet
Diana Holguin, Professional Voice Over Artist, Voiceover for the Planet

Environmental Organizations Diana Supports

The environmental partners that I support focus mainly on food issues (how our food choices impact the environment, as well as making food available to those in need during and after climate related disasters), empowering relationships between the land and people to heal the planet and advance social justice, and advocacy and policy leadership for carbon removal solutions.

  • The Educated Choices Program provides food-related education, empowering students and community members to recognize the importance and responsibility of making informed decisions about their food, building a healthier, more sustainable future for everyone.
  • The World Central Kitchen has been providing meals to people living through events triggered by the climate crisis and believe that food is a universal human right.
  • Seeding Sovereignty is a multi-lens collective that works to radicalize and disrupt colonized spaces through land, body, and food sovereignty work, community building, and cultural preservation. By investing in Indigenous folks and communities of the global majority, we cross the threshold of liberation together.
  • Carbon 180 works with policymakers, entrepreneurs, and peer organizations across the US to design policies that will bring necessary carbon removal solutions to gigaton scale.
  • City Harvest. I try to volunteer with NYCs first and largest food rescue organization as often as possible (3 times so far). They’re mission to keep food out of landfills and feed the people of NYC is so important for everyone involved. I’ve helped rescue food from greenmarket vendors after market is over as well as distributed food to people in different NYC communities.