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Kimberly Valmores

Kimberly Valmores

Program Assistant

Kimberly Valmores has been interested in social justice and socioeconomic reform ever since she was a child when she first witnessed poverty in the slums of her native country of Panama. By the time she became a college student as a young adult, she knew she wanted to commit her life to the nonprofit field after completing her first internship at the Multicultural Refugee Coalition in Austin, Texas where she taught career skills to refugees from different parts of the world. For the past several years, she has worked for other nonprofit organizations - including the YMCA and the AmeriCorps program - where she taught young children important life skills such as self-love as well as emergency preparedness for future disasters such as earthquakes, floods, and hurricanes. While she completed her master’s degree at New York University, she also completed two short internships at the United Nations headquarters based in New York City. She provided technical design support to UN Women’s www.empowerwomen.org website in the spring of 2015, and she also provided administrative assistance to the UN Non-Governmental Liaison Service during the United Nations Sustainable Summit in the fall of 2015.

 

During her spare time, Kimberly likes to practice her photography skills while exploring the outdoors and singing off-key to popular songs. She also likes to educate herself on important matters related to diversity, inclusion and equality for all since she continuously values and fosters lifelong learning in both her personal life as well as her professional career.

 





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