Washington, DC

Helping Today. Changing Lives Tomorrow.

Kimberly Harris is a thought leader and change-maker. Throughout her career, she champions innovation and helps stakeholders in the government, private, and nonprofit environments to develop and implement necessary reforms for women and children to thrive and to interrupt cycles of poverty, violence, and intergenerational trauma. 

“Your Test Is Your Testimony”

Kimberly Harris

CEO | Cofounder

Ms. Harris’ experience with nonprofit operations, management, and oversight spans more than twenty years in Washington, D. C. She is an active member of the Client Leadership Council for Feeding America/Capital Area Food Bank partnership and currently serves as Co-Chair for the D. C. Department of Human Services’ Family Rehousing & Stabilization (FRSP) Task Force. Ms. Harris previously served as a Director for Dress for Success DC Professional Women’s Group.  Ms. Harris previously served as an Ambassador for The United State of Women and remains active with the organization.

In 2000, Ms. Harris sounded the alarm about environmental justice.  As a guest speaker during a White House News Briefing in December 2000, she spoke forcefully about how Improving Air Quality impacts children in low-poverty communities in America, along with then Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Carol Browner, and President Bill Clinton’s Chief of Staff, John Podesta.  

In 2016, Ms. Harris was selected to attend the White House Summit on The United State of Women for President Barack Obama’s administration where she advocated for a whole-of-government approach to her key issues. 

Her approach also recognizes the need for a whole-of-society reckoning with immigration practices that continue to allow harm. She has traveled to El Paso Texas to help serve in the community of Hispanic and Latino immigrants and has studied the impacts immigration has on Hispanic women and children.

Ms. Harris is a mother, survivor and advocate.   She mentors women 1:1 on work-life balance and inspirational parenting while overcoming adversity and surviving domestic violence.  She works tirelessly to continue in helping sister survivors reach their full potential regardless of the barriers violence presents.  

Ms. Harris vows to continue her work in helping other women bridge their “From Trauma to Triumph” at Women’s HQ where a culturally specific and holistic approach is combined with evidence-based modalities. Through the programming, primarily Black and brown women in Washington, D. C. will participate in Survivor-centered wellness, career enhancement, and financial literacy programming. 

Ms. Harris received her Bachelor of Arts in Management from The Catholic University of America, and has her Executive Masters in Leadership from Georgetown University.

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