Kimberley Johnson is passionate about helping people to have their needs met regardless of race, ethnicity, gender (identification), religion, nationality, level of ability, and/or sexual orientation. She believes that every person has the right to be treated with respect and to have access to needed resources and services. As the Resource Coordinator, Kimberley assists clients facing financial instability due to difficult life transitions in identifying goals related to their financial instability, connects them with relevant resources, and supports their progress towards goal attainment. She also works with other Women’s Resource Center staff to provide holistic client support.
With over 20 years of work experience in several non-profit agencies, Kimberley has had a broad array of case management and counseling experiences that have shaped her career with helping people in this area, including positions with Youth Service, Inc., Delaware County Children and Youth Services, and JFK Behavioral Health Center. Kimberley is also a consultant for the University of Pennsylvania at its Netter Center for Community Partnerships Nonprofit Institute.
Kimberley has an undergraduate degree in Sociology from Temple University and she holds a Master of Social Services from the Bryn Mawr College Graduate School of Social Work and Social Research.