Student Activist; Member, Project U-Turn Collaborative
Kimberly Pham is a member of the Project U-Turn Collaborative, focused on best practices and strategies for youth opportunity in Philadelphia, and a junior at Temple University majoring in social work. Interested in public policy and social justice transformation, she seeks to reshape the narrative and culture of young people driving positive change in their communities. Pham was appointed by Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney to serve on the Education Nomination Panel to assist with identifying members for the city’s new school board. As a member of the National Council of Young Leaders, she helped found Opportunity Youth United, a movement to increase the number of youths who have access to solutions-based leaders. Pham is participating in the Aspen Ideas Festival as a 2019 Scholar.