Kimberly George

Kimberly is the director of The Guardianship Project. She brings experience in nonprofit fiscal management, strategic partnership building, program development, board and volunteer recruitment, communications, and fundraising to TGP.

Previously, Kimberly served as executive director of Rebuilding Together NYC where she oversaw programming improving health, housing, and economic opportunities for low-income New Yorkers. Under Kimberly’s leadership, the organization’s budget grew by more than 2,000 percent.

Prior to Rebuilding Together NYC, Kimberly worked at CAMBA leading efforts to address socioeconomic determinants of health and reduce health disparities. Kimberly served as an Adjunct Assistant Professor of Public Health at Long Island University. She has been published in several public health journals and served on numerous community-based participatory research projects. Kimberly started her nonprofit career at the Tanenbaum Center for Interreligious Understanding.

Kimberly has a BA in religion from the University of Rochester and a Master’s degree from Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs.