Kimberly Robinson is an Independent Consultant on reproductive justice issues, with an emphasis on the health and wellbeing of Black women and girls. Kimberly is currently working with Black Women for Wellness as their Community Liaison and manage operations in the Northern California office. Kimberly is Board Chair for the National Women’s Health Network based in Washington, DC and Grace and Mercy Charitable Foundation based in Lodi, CA. Kimberly has worked in direct services at a variety of settings, including for many years as the Director of Health Services at Women’s Health Specialists, an independent feminist health center. While at Women’s Health Specialists, she oversaw the operations for multiple clinics and satellite services and was responsible for the training and recruitment of all clinical staff including residents and medical students and helped to train the next generation of abortion providers. Kimberly also works in the primary care setting and oversees the medical operations and behavioral health care for low-income and homeless
communities. Kimberly is a member of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc. As a women’s health activist, Kimberly works with colleagues, communities and allies to build constituencies that demand reproductive justice for all women.