Diamond works as a manager for Free Press’ News Voices: Colorado project in collaboration with community members to envision a transformative media. She aims to participate in the creation of a world where freedom is noncontingent — but rather, an inevitable necessity. In service of this vision she has worked as a tenants’ rights advocate and bail abolitionist in St. Louis, as well as an advocate for people sentenced to execution by the state in Jackson, Mississippi. Diamond earned a B.A. in African American studies and political science from Saint Louis University. In her free time, she enjoys pondering womanism and liberation theology, working out and spending an ungodly amount of time on FaceTime with her sisters.