Diamond is the Senior Director of Practice and Impact for Global Kids Inc., an organization that serves students across New York and Washington D.C. to take action on critical issues facing our world. She is the past recipient of the Peace Corps Franklin H. Williams Award. Through her work with a partnering organization, Black Birthright, an immersive program that takes high school students from across the United States for travel to Senegal, she is a program facilitator and chaperone. Diamond serves as a board member of Statement Junky, a non-profit organization that gifts girls of color their passports. She is a National Board Member and Manhattan Section President for the National Council of Negro Women Incorporated. Diamond is a graduate of Cheyney University, where she received her bachelor’s degree in political science.