Dalina Bolte was born in El Salvador and grew up with her grandparents in a small town called Armenia. She moved to the United States in 1990 because of the Salvadoran civil war and lived in San Francisco for 30 years. She worked as a station manager for TACA/Avianca Airlines at San Francisco Airport for 20 years, enjoying the many people she met and helping them reconnect with their families.
Dalina moved to Reno in 2019 because of its proximity to Lake Tahoe. She wanted to be as close as possible to the most beautiful lake in the world. She was married to her husband at Sand Harbor. They have five kids, two grandsons, and three amazing dogs who keep them busy and happy every day. In her free time, Dalina enjoys biking, kayaking, gardening, volunteering with Immunize Nevada and traveling as much as possible.