Kimberly Freeman Brown (she/her) is an organizational transformation and communications strategist who supports some of the foremost social justice leaders and advocacy, organizing and faith-based, philanthropic and political organizations, networks and unions in the nation. Clients have utilized her expertise on racial and gender equity and inclusion initiatives; communications and leadership development programs; crisis management and conflict resolution; and as an executive coach and facilitator. Before launching her practice, she served as executive director of American Rights at Work, which merged with Jobs with Justice under her leadership. She has authored a number of reports on women of color’s work life and leadership, including Notes from the Storm: Black Immigrant Domestic Workers in the Time of Covid-19 (2020), Pay, Professional and Respect (2018), I Dream Detroit: The Voice and Vision of Women of Color on Detroit’s Future (2017) and And Still I Rise: Black Women Labor Leaders’ Voices, Power and Promise (2015), all released by the Institute of Policy Studies. She is Senior Advisor for Reframe, Board Chair of the Grassroots Policy Project, and serves as an affiliate coach with Rockwood Leadership Institute and The Management Center, and as a trainer with Auburn Seminary. She is also the former Senior Advisor on Racial Equity, Inclusion and Leadership at the Center for Popular Democracy. You can connect with her on Twitter @kfreemanbrown.