Grace Diamani was born in Quebec City but raised in Ontario and, is the last of 6 children. She grew up not only in a big family but in a multicultural environment. As a result, she naturally likes to be around people and mostly learn about different cultures and their social issues. In fact, one of the many social issues that is dear to her heart is violence against women and children. In DR Congo, her country of origin, rape and violence against women are used as weapons of war. This inspired her to pursue a degree in Sociology at Carleton University in hopes of one day being able to counsel those in needs and work towards finding better ways to handle social conflicts.
Although she is a still a student, Grace’s passion for fashion and modelling not only got her to work in fashion retail but also got her to book a few jobs here and there in the industry. One of her most memorable moments was when she was named Miss Grand Canada 2018 and got to travel to Myanmar to represent the country in the international competition. It was an opportunity of a lifetime which perfectly correlated with her love of travel. Her most recent trip was to Mexico. Whenever possible, she likes to explore the world and connect with people to discuss diversity, self-empowerment, refine her knowledge of exotic teas or even debate about Marvel movies!