Kimberley Doyle served as a Senior Director, Corporate Engagement and Consulting Services, where she collaborated with Fortune 500 companies across the United States in building diverse and inclusive workplaces. She developed and counseled organizations in expanding opportunities for women by connecting them with Catalyst resources, research, experts, and events. Kimberley also oversaw business development across the United States to increase revenue and brand awareness.
Additionally, Kimberley sat on the Catalyst Speakers Bureau. She frequently spoke on a broad range of topics including unconscious biases and inclusive leadership, engaging men as champions of inclusion, and women in STEM.
Prior to joining Catalyst, Kimberley consulted for Mogul Inc., an award-winning social media platform for millennial women. The company was named one of the Top Startups to Watch by Entrepreneur and one of the Best Websites for Finding Top Talent for Women by Inc Magazine. Her prior experience also includes the Hillary Clinton 2016 Presidential Campaign where she supported activities related to the development of policy on domestic and international women’s issues. In addition, she spent ten years in events, marketing, sales, management, customer service, and executive engagement across the public, nonprofit, and private sectors. She worked for J.P. Morgan, the U.S. Fund for UNICEF, the United Nations, the U.S. House of Representatives, and Vital Voices Global Partnership.
Kimberley holds a certificate in Diversity and Inclusion from Cornell University. She also holds a Master’s degree with a focus on Gender and Women’s Leadership from Georgetown University, where she also received her Bachelor’s degree in International Relations.
You can follow her under the Twitter handle @KimberleyDoyle.
Kimberley's Latest Work
Women in STEM (Webinar Recording)
Listen to this webinar to hear women in the STEM as they share tips and strategies they used to get where they are today.
Eliminating the Double Bind (Webinar Recording)
Catalyst's Kimberly Doyle reviews three predicaments that put women in a “double bind,” and how to eliminate them.