Kim Gillette, MPH
Kim Gillette joined ASR in June 2021. She has over 20 years of experience managing nonprofit and government programs, including developing and evaluating programs, fundraising, and building collaborations to improve communities. Some of her recent ASR projects include the Kaiser Permanente East Bay Community Health Needs Assessment, San Mateo County Juvenile Probation annual programmatic evaluations, and the First 5 Solano report on Foundation Giving in Solano County and the Bay Area.
In her last role, as a consultant at BuildingBlox Consulting, Kim provided training to nonprofit executives and board members to effectively lead their organizations, coached leaders and provided them with tools and expertise to solve challenges, and conducted needs and feasibility assessments to help nonprofit organizations strategically plan for the future. Prior to that, she was the Director of the Daly City Youth Health Center for ten years. In this role she managed the team members and operations of a comprehensive health center for low-income youth, providing them with primary health care, behavioral health services, health education and vocation programs. She successfully led the planning and fundraising to enable the Health Center to move into a new, state-of-the-art, teen-friendly facility.
Kim received her Master of Public Health degree from the University of Michigan in Health Behavior Health Education and Interdepartmental Concentration in Reproductive and Women’s health and her Bachelor’s in Psychology from UC Berkeley. In her spare time, she enjoys gardening, hiking, crafting, and snuggling in the hammock with her pup and a good book.