Diana Alba Soular
Project Coordinator (Southern NM)
Director of Business and Program Development
Project Coordinator (Northern NM)
Tara Gatewood (@taraN8V) is an Isleta Pueblo/Diné award winning host and producer of the nationally syndicated radio call-in show, Native America Calling. Each weekday she leads thought-provoking conversations with invited guests and callers on issues specific to Indigenous nations like art, health care, culture, politics, pop culture and justice. Beyond radio broadcasting, her palette of story-sharing also includes working in South Dakota, Minnesota and Massachusetts. She reported and photographed for several news organizations and her past works can be found in the Boston Globe, Aberdeen American News, St. Paul Pioneer Press and Native Peoples Magazine. She is also the voice of the Indigenous Foundation radio program heard on Santa Fe New Mexico’s KSFR 101.1 FM each Saturday.
Tanya Cole is an avid gardener, mother, and DJ. She is a native New Mexican and was raised in Albuquerque. She gained public radio experience at a few different radio stations like KBVR-fm in Corvallis, OR, KBOO-fm in Portland, OR, and KUNM-fm, in Albuquerque, NM. At KUNM she hosted NPR's All Things Considered, Morning Edition, and Weekend Edition. She also was a Production Tech, an Account Executive, and a volunteer DJ. She recognizes the importance of consistent, trustworthy, and sustainable local news supported by the local community. She works to help broaden accessibility to local news for all New Mexicans.