As a Principal of the Portfolio Team at the Skoll Foundation, Kimberly Dasher Tripp manages a variety of key relationships with social entrepreneurs, domain experts, policy makers, corporate partners and co-funders. Kimberly develops and structures grants to drive large scale change in the focus areas of the foundation. Prior to working at Skoll, Kimberly’s career included both nonprofit, international work and for-profit marketing experience. Most recently, Kimberly was Program Officer at the Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation where, as a member of the Entertainment Media Partnerships team, she partnered with large domestic and international media entities to develop international and domestic HIV/AIDS awareness campaigns. Prior to the Kaiser Family Foundation, Kimberly managed marketing campaigns for large high-tech clients at Wunderman, a leading direct marketing agency. She was also a member of the Policy Studies team for the United Nations Association-USA, building UNA-USA’s program on post-conflict peacebuilding and the rule of law. Concurrent with her professional career, Kimberly has advised many burgeoning nonprofits on strategic planning, communications, and marketing. Kimberly graduated magna cum laude from Princeton University with a BA in Politics. Following Princeton, she received a Princeton-in-Asia Fellowship and taught at Khon Kaen University in northern Thailand. Kimberly holds a Masters in Business Administration from the Walter A. Haas School of Business at University of California, Berkeley.