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Diamonique Jackson

Diamonique A. Jackson is an educator for the L.A. District. In addition to that, she is also a talented high-energy performer serving as an American actress, singer, writer, and performer.

Born August 1993 in Memphis, TN, Diamonqiue dedicated almost her entire life to performing arts and teaching. From attending performing arts Rozelle Elementary, Colonial Middle and Watkins Overton High school to Wiley College.

Diamonique has traveled all over the world sharing her gifts and talents with others while educating them along the way. She graduated Cum Laude from Wiley College with a degree in Interdisciplinary Studies with a concentration in Global Child Development, while minoring in Music Education.

Diamonique was one of the few who were given the opportunity to sing for President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle at the White House in December 2011. In 2013, she was given the chance of a lifetime to debut as a "Rising Star" and sing alongside Grammy-Award winning gospel recording artist, Yolonda Adams, for the 33rd Annual United Negro College Fund (UNCF) 'An Evening with the Stars' on BET.

Following that experience, Diamonique traveled to Hiroshima, Japan in 2014 with her Wiley college choir to provide entertainment for the International Association of Methodist Schools, Colleges, and Universities (IAMSCU) annual peace conference. She was also featured as a recording artist on the soundtrack for Nate Parker's film "The Birth of A Nation".

Post receiving her bachelor's degree, Diamonique has served as a vocal instructor as well as assistant director for Young Actors Guild's "The Lion King Jr" production during the summer of 2017 at The Cannon Center in Memphis, TN. Her life's purpose is to "Cultivate a new generation of creative thinking artists and inspire others through the arts."