In her free time, Dymond loves searching genealogy databases, cemeteries, town clerk’s offices, and archives to unearth the history of her ancestors. Through her research she discovered she has deep roots in Rhode Island and found two Patriots that served in the Revolutionary War. Using her ancestor Michael Anthony’s service, she was accepted into the Daughters of the American Revolution in January 2018 where she is a member of the Rhode Island Independence Chapter and serves as Rhode Island State Librarian among other leadership roles. She was recognized as Rhode Island Independence Chapter’s 2020 Outstanding Junior. You can learn more about her DAR story on the Daughter Dialogues podcast, which is part of a project conducted by Reisha L. Raney under the direction of Harvard University Professor Dr. Henry Louis Gates, Jr. at the W. E. B. DuBois Research Institute at the Hutchins Center for African & African American Research.
In addition to the DAR, Dymond is a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated in which she was initiated into the Theta Psi Omega Chapter in October 2016. She currently serves as Theta Psi Omega Chapter Parliamentarian, Archives Committee Chairman, and Bylaws Chairman. She has served Alpha Kappa Alpha in the following positions: Vice-Chairman Souvenir Journal Committee- 89th North Atlantic Regional Conference and Theta Psi Omega Chapter Secretary. She was awarded the Sincere and Rare Award at the 2019 Massachusetts and Rhode Island Founders’ Day Celebration.
Dymond enjoys traveling and has been to 22 states and 6 countries. A sports fan, she has traveled to three of the four Grand Slam tennis tournament sites (US Open, Wimbledon, and Roland Garros) and two Olympic Games (1996 Summer-Atlanta, GA and 2012 Youth Winter-Austria), and multiple sports halls of fame.