Kimble Snyder is a connector and strategist who believes that common ground can always be found when solving complex problems among unlikely allies. Her focus is on finding business and policy solutions for a complex and changing workforce, rooted in the belief that social impact is much more than just a business strategy.
Kimble has worked across corporate, public, and non-profit sectors to identify and bridge gaps with informed policy on issues ranging from retirement to paid leave. Most recently, she led a consulting business where she mapped best practices, advised policy makers, and created workplace policy that ensures a more equitable work environment. Her expertise extends to caregiving, economic inequality, and inclusive healthcare as well.
Previously, Kimble was an appointee to the Obama Administration, where she worked for the Office of First Lady Michelle Obama and as an advisor to U.S. Secretary of Labor Tom Perez on working-family issues.
Kimble has served on the Alexandria Commission on HIV/AIDS and the board of the Capital Estate Group, and is the co-founder of Smash Squad, a network advancing women in leadership. She earned a masters of public policy from George Mason University and a B.A. from the University of Washington.