Diamond Kalukango was born on February 17th, 1997 to Nichole & Antonio Kalukango. She belongs to a family of 3 brothers: Antonio Kalukango, Amadi Kalukango and Kameron Kalukango. Diamond started her education journey at D.H Stanton Elementary School. She went on Paul D. West Middle School and soon after matriculated through Tri-Cities High School. Diamond Furthered her education at The Unsinkable Albany State University obtaining her bachelor’s in social work.
While at Albany State University she served as the Vice President on the Student Social Work Association Board. She was inducted into Phi Alpha Honor Society and was elected President one year after induction. After graduating from Albany State University Diamond moved on to Valdosta State University obtaining her master’s in social work. She started her career journey working for the Department of Family & Children Services, where she served as an investigator for child abuse.
Diamond has always dreamed of becoming a School Social Worker in a High School setting, and now she holds that position with Atlanta Public School System. Diamond is currently working towards obtaining her license in social work and has been accepted into her dream school to obtain her Doctorate in Social Work. Diamond Has a passion for children and their wellbeing. She serves as a cheerleading coach and mentor/club sponsor of Top Tier Sisters of Carver Early College.
In her free time Diamond enjoys spending time with family and friends. She has a giving heart and finds joy in helping others. Diamond’s favorite scripture is Philippians 4:13 “I can do all things through Christ which strengtheneth me”. Diamond strives every day to be the change that she wishes to see.