Diamond joined the Center in 2019 and is responsible for works with legal leaders to elevate reproductive rights issues through wide spectrum of engagement and education.
Diamond joins the Center from Dunlap, Bennett & Ludwig, where she was an associate and managing attorney. In her role, she handled legal matters involving immigration, business compliance, intellectual property, employment discrimination, and matrimonial law.
Additionally, Diamond served as director of the firm’s Pro Bono Committee, compiled of attorneys and staff members that provided free legal services to organizations throughout Washington DC area. As the director and through this initiative, she created successful mentorship outreach programs and developed workshops to help mentees navigate through the judicial system.
In addition to her work at the Center, she volunteers with organizations that advocate for victims of police brutality and hate crimes and works to ensure the protection of their civil rights.
Diamond is an active member of the ABA, National Bar Association, New York State Bar Association and the Women’s Bar Association of D.C.
Diamond earned her JD from Barry University School of Law and received her B.S. in Political Science and Philosophy from SUNY Buffalo.