Kimberly Adams is Founder and Managing Partner of Flying Bridges, a social enterprise dedicated to creating policies, platforms, and products that advance global socio-economic progress. Kimberly’s entrepreneurial vision, coupled with a career that spans across government, business, non-profits, academia, and the United Nations, drives Flying Bridges’ multi-sector and grassroots response to government and UN priorities.
Kimberly is a leading advisor in the partnership development space. Kimberly has expertise in international models used to combat human trafficking due to her work at UNICEF and as a member of cross-sector think tanks in China, Western Europe, England, Middle East, and the United States. Kimberly’s research on government policy and fertility rates has been cited in several published articles; she presented her findings to the State Council for the People’s Republic of China’s National Health and Family Planning Commission as part of their policy development efforts.
Kimberly’s educational credentials include a Master of Public Health from the Mailman School, Columbia University and a Bachelor of Science, Business Administration and Finance, Northeastern University. Kimberly’s has lived as a working professional in Bolivia, Republic of Georgia, China, France, and the United States.