Diamond is the director of the Knowledge Management and Institutional Learning department and the chair of the Data Integrity Board, Data Management Initiative, and Data Security Team. He also coordinates data sharing and transparency work with external repositories like the ICPSR at the University of Michigan. Through these roles, Diamond is responsible for the timely, accurate, and efficient flow of information throughout the organization, as well as the capture of new information in support of organizational strategic initiatives. Diamond also serves as a senior research associate in the Postsecondary Education policy area. He is the project director of MDRC’s evaluation of the Texas Transfer Grants program, which offers $5,000 grants to community college students who are academically high-achieving, come from low-income backgrounds, and plan to enroll at Texas public four-year institutions. His other work includes The Higher Education RCT (THE-RCT) Restricted Access File, a project that created a secure meta-analytic database with deidentified data from 30 randomized controlled trials, 50 colleges, and more than 65,000 students; evaluations of developmental math education reforms such as the Dana Center Mathematics Pathways; and a national survey of higher education institutions’ developmental education policies fielded through the Center for the Analysis of Postsecondary Readiness. Before joining MDRC in 2012, he was a consultant in securities class-action litigation. Diamond graduated with a bachelor’s degree in economics and biochemistry from Swarthmore College.