Kimberly has more than 10 years experience working in the international development sector. Prior to joining the END Fund, she served as the Associate Program Director of Global Programs at Orbis International-HQ, where she provided management support and worked to redefine the strategic direction of the program department.
Kimberly spent six years of her career living and working in French speaking West Africa. During that time she served in the U.S. Peace Corps (Guinea and Mali) and subsequently with Population Services International promoting behavior change in the public health sector. She also worked for The Carter Center during the International Election Observation mission in Guinea as a driver in management and logistics of the field office. She has also worked at USAID and the National Democratic Institute, focusing on good governance and capacity building of political parties.
Kimberly has a Masters of Public Health from the Icahn School of Medicine at Mt. Sinai. She received a Bachelor of Arts in International Studies from SUNY Brockport, focusing on politics and anthropology in Africa. Kimberly speaks English and French, as well as conversational Malinké.
Outside of her work, she is a member of the Mt. Sinai Continuing Education and Workforce Development Committee at the Icahn School of Medicine. She also supports various development organizations through her participation in fundraising activities.