Kim St. Bernard
Kim St. Bernard is an executive coach, strategist, and consultant with over 20 years of experience in the nonprofit sector. She guides nonprofit Executive Directors and boards in rethinking operational priorities and strategic direction to maximize goals and impact. Kim formerly served as the principal executive promoting a broad service platform, volunteerism, human resources and giving for Make-A-Wish Metro New York and Western New York. Kim held numerous leadership roles at Girl Scouts of the USA, providing relationship management, executive coaching and training to affiliate executives and boards in 50 states in nonprofit management, human resource management, leadership development, growth strategy, governance and organizational change strategy. She also served as Assistant Director, Eastern Region for the National Urban League where she supported Executive Directors for affiliate corporations located in the northeast.
Kim received an MSW from Clark/Atlanta University in Planning and Administration and a BSW from Morgan State University. She is a certified Interim Executive Director for the Support Center, and completed the Executive Leadership program at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and the Institute in Employment and Training Administration at Harvard University. Kim is a Pro-Bono Account Executive for the Taproot Foundation in human resources and strategy and alumnae of the Coro-Leadership New York program. She also serves on the New York Women’s Foundation Grant Advisory Committee and the Selection Committee for the “Nonprofit Excellence Awards” for Nonprofit New York.