Kimberly Wolf has ten years of experience in international development, especially in the fields of gender, sexual and reproductive health and rights, and girls’ education. She has worked for both donor and civil society organizations where she gained skills in program development, grant making, communications, and leadership.
Wolf co-founded Girl Up Initiative Uganda – an organization based in Kampala that works to uplift and empower girls and women in the urban slums of Uganda. She previously worked at the Global Fund for Women - the largest global fund for women’s rights organizations. She also has international development experience from the Norwegian Refugee Council, Partnership for Change and the Valentino Achak Deng Foundation. Wolf holds a Masters in Comparative and International Education from the University of Oslo, a Masters in African Studies from the University of Cape Town and a Bachelor in International Development Studies from the University of California, Berkeley.