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Diana Ruzova is a writer and campaign manager based in Los Angeles. She earned her BA in Communication Studies with an emphasis in Mass Media from UCLA and received a Certificate in Creative Writing from UCLA Extension’s Writers’ Program. Diana is currently a Nonfiction MFA candidate at the Bennington Writing Seminars where she is working on essays about the contemporary Eastern European immigrant experience.

Her writing has appeared in theLAnd, Syllabus Project, The Smudge and other publications

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Writing

︎Other Projects 

︎ Copywriter


I wrote product descriptions for the Metro Shop, bios for Film Tribe and marketing copy for Access Services. Most recently, I wrote and edited copy for the introspective truth or dare game, SAY IT DO IT.




︎ Metro Micro

︎ Campaign Manager


I managed the marketing and communications for the launch of LA County’s new shared ride service, Metro Micro. Although it was challenging to launch a service and build ridership during COVID, I was able to work remotely with my team and lead the development of the service name, vehicle design, how to and promo videos, an organic and paid marketing campaign and digital strategy. Micro is the largest public sector microtransit pilot of it’s kind, launching in nine zones.


︎ Bike the Movement

︎ Campaign Manager


I led LA Metro’s Bike the Movement campaign meant to empower Angelenos to embrace biking. This was a robust marketing campaign with both a traditional and paid media strategy, including billboards all over LA county. My team and I interviewed local bike advocates from the community and used their portraits and quotes for the creative campaign. The campaign delivered over 18k visits to the landing page.




︎ Expo Line to Santa Monica

︎ Campaign Manager 


As the lead on LA Metro’s Expo Line to Santa Monica ridership campaign, I oversaw every aspect of marketing this new rail line, including writing the headline, managing the creative concepts, developing the webpage, paid media outreach, partnerships (KCRW and Uber) and marketing the opening day events. The opening was featured in the LA Times and The New Yorker. My team’s efforts led to over 80k riders opening weekend.