We report the electrical transport properties of a hybrid organic/inorganic diode device consisting of a layer of
an organic ferrimagnetic semiconductor V[TCNE]<sub>x</sub> (<i>x</i>~2, TCNE: tetracyanoethylene; <i>T</i><sub>C</sub> ~ 400 K, EG ~ 0.5 eV, σ~ 10<sup>-2</sup>
S/cm) and a GaAs/AlGaAs <i>p-i-n</i> diode. Comparison with a control excluding the V[TCNE]<sub>x~2</sub> reveals that the addition of
the V[TCNE]<sub>x~2</sub> layer shifts the turn-on voltage and ideality of the diode in accordance with bulk V[TCNE]<sub>x~2</sub> properties.
This result has implications for the use of inorganic systems as probes of spin physics in organic and molecular systems.