Who We Are
The Diamond Movement founder and CEO, Tiffany Anisette was a victim of childhood sexual abuse from the age of 5 years old to 16 years old from the hands of relatives, church leaders, and family friends. Many young girls lack the full support necessary to transition into adulthood and are at risk for teen pregnancy, poverty, and depression. Tiffany's life's purpose is to use her past personal experience to create awareness and prevention of these types of stories in our communities.
Tiffany’s personal story and passion for youth and women has inspired her to create The Diamond Movement and The Diamond House to uplift, empower, and educate preteens, teens, and young women. The program will assist each young lady to reach their destiny and develop their God given gifts within, while helping them heal from their past emotions. Tiffany believes each Diamond Girl has purpose and she prides herself in assisting to develop their gifts and creating successful futures.
The Diamond Movement has been working with teens and young adult women since 2010 and became an official 501(c)(3) in 2016, The Diamond Movement is based in Atlanta, Georgia and educates preteens, teens, and young women about sexual abuse, teen pregnancy, prevention of STIs, self-esteem, and empowerment through in-school curricula, awareness campaigns and speaking engagements around the country and the world.
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What The Diamond Movement Offers
We would love to have you partner with us in whatever capacity you can provide. We have many needs that we count on the community to help us meet. Your donations of time, service, or funds are all greatly appreciated.