Kimberly Roberts
Philanthropic Advising Services & Programs
Philanthropic Advising Services Trainer/ Advisor

In her role as Trainer/Advisor, Kimberly Roberts co-facilitates workshops, coaches and consults with clients on how to advance racial equity within the philanthropic sector that drives resources to Black led organizations and communities. Before joining the Philanthropic Advising Services (PAS) team, Kimberly served as the Manager of Networks and Partnerships, working to maintain and deepen relationships with ABFE members, activate new and existing Black philanthropic networks and create proactive partnerships. Prior to joining ABFE, Kimberly was a Public Policy Fellow at Philanthropy New York where she worked with funders on issues of justice reform, gender equity and racial justice. 

Kimberly is a National Coalition Building Institute (NCBI) trained racial equity & social justice educator/facilitator with over a decade of experience leading anti-racism work both at home and abroad. 

Kimberly has spent time abroad as a U.S. Peace Corps volunteer, holds a Master’s degree in Public and Urban Policy from the Milano School of Policy, Management and Environment at the New School, an M.A. in Education from the University of Connecticut a B.S. in Communications from NYU.