Biography

Kimberly Irish serves as a program manager at OneJustice, where she leads the organization’s statewide Healthy Nonprofits Program. Kim is responsible for developing continuing education programs for alumni of the OneJustice Executive Fellowship Program, and oversees the organization’s consulting work, which provides training, coaching, and other resources to the executives and boards of OneJustice’s statewide network of 100+ nonprofit legal organizations on board governance, fundraising, and strategic planning. Before joining OneJustice, Kim served as the volunteer manager at the Eviction Defense Collaborative and as a program manager at Breast Cancer Action. She has served on the board of directors of several social justice organizations, including five years with Human Rights Advocates. Kim earned a Bachelor of Arts in Comparative Literature and Spanish (with honors) from UC Davis, and a J.D. from the University of San Francisco School of Law, where she earned a certificate in Public Interest Law. She is an alumna of the Women’s Foundation of California’s Women’s Policy Institute fellowship, and is a current Fellow with OneJustice’s Executive Fellowship Program.

Education
BA, UC Davis
JD, University of San Francisco