Kimberley Moore LMSW (she/her) has 10 years of experience in collaboratively decolonizing healing spaces for Black and Afro-Indigenous young people across Turtle Island. Kimberley earned her Master of Science in Social Work from Columbia University, and purposefully calls on her Afro-Caribbean ancestral knowledge and Afro-futurism in her community education and mental health work.
In addition to serving as NYC Program Director, she is the Co-Founder of the Deeply Rooted Healing Collective, a holistic healing practice rooted in Caribbean ancestry and her family’s history of medicine making. A proud plant mom and Octavia Butler enthusiast, Kimberley is honored to continue her commitment to dismantling systemic violence with the S.O.U.L. Sisters community.