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Kimberly Bryant – Black Girls CODE Founder and Executive Director

Biotechology/Manufacturing/Engineering/ and Supply Chain professional with over 10 years experience in Facilities /Operations/Maintenance and Project Management with companies in the pharmaceutical, biotechnology, chemical, and consumer products industries. I have expert skills in both team building and collaborative leadership with a unique ability to synthesize ideas across a wide spectrum of perspectives and develop a concise shared vision to drive organizational change and improvements in complex business processes. Both a detail-oriented planner and a strategic minded leader, I absorb new information quickly and efficiently transfer this knowledge to launch new ideas and innovative solutions for the business. I have the ability to lead networks of people outside of my direct power domain and build effective relationships which empower them to reach their peak performance and drive bottom-line cost saving results for the organization.


Process Management • Team Facilitation • Entrepreneurial • Driving for results • Self Starter • Strong Organization Skills • Strong Communication Skills

Specialties:• Understanding of Pharmaceutical FDA and EMEA cGMP requirements
• Certified (RCM2) Reliability Centered Maintenance Facilitator
• Advanced skills in MS Project/Visio/Excel/Powerpoint
• Kaizen Facilitator Training
• Lean Fundamentals Training
• Technology Transfer (NPI)
• Development and implementation of project communication and operating plans
• Contract/contractor management
• Cross functional team building/management

Kimberly Bryant - Seasoned and Visionary Non-Profit Leader Working in the Field of Tech + Edu. Expert - Clarity

Kimberly Bryant – Seasoned Visionary and

Non-Profit LeaderWorking in the Field of  Tech + Education


Black Girls CODE Founder and Executive Director
Black Girls CODE
February 2011 – Present (4 years 2 months) San Francisco Bay Area
Black Girls CODE is a top technology education nonprofit focusing on teaching girls ages 6-17 from underrepresented communities skills in computer programming and technology.

The White House honors eleven Americans who are doing extraordinary things to expand technology opportunities for young learners—especially minorities, women and girls, and others from communities historically underserved or underrepresented in tech fields.

2013 THE ROOT 100
The Root
October 2013…100/kimberly_bryant.html
Daily Point of Light Award Winner



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