Kimberly Linman, B.A.

Program Associate
Kimberly Linman is a program associate at Advocates for Human Potential (AHP) for the Community Care Expansion (CCE) program based in California. She has experience as a homeless service provider and community advocate in San Diego and Sacramento, with a special interest in serving children and transition-aged youth (TAY), especially LGBTQ+ TAY. Prior to joining AHP, Ms. Linman worked with multiple nonprofit organizations committed to expanding education access and opportunities for marginalized communities, including developing and implementing an online children’s literacy program to combat pandemic learning gaps and coordinating an in-home volunteer housing program for homeless youth. She also worked with college students facing food insecurity to apply for benefits and identify community supports, as well as acting as a site director for U.S. military childcare and family support in Germany and Italy. 
 
Ms. Linman was a featured panelist on the 2021 Western Conference on Youth Homelessness, and has had undergraduate work on the relationship between contraceptive access and the rights of women in the developing world published. She’s acted as a community engagement specialist and is passionate about involving local stakeholders and clients in the development of equitable programs that appropriately reflect the needs of the population. Her experience in these roles include developing program framework, data tracking and analytics, collecting project deliverables, and communicating local needs in awareness campaigns. In addition to a professional certificate in grant writing from San Diego State University, Ms. Linman holds two bachelor's degrees from Sacramento State University in global engagement and leadership, as well as cultural humanities.


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