Kimberley A. Wong is Program Director of Community Health Programs at BronxWorks. She has worked in the Bronx for the past six years, dedicated to working in marginalized, food-insecure communities. In her current role, Kim develops and implements community-asset driven programming aiming to increase access to healthy food and promote active lifestyles in the South Bronx. She also oversees a kitchen operation that serves over 31,000 healthy meals per year to children, youth, and high risk adults.
Kim was a Fall 2016 New York Community Trust Fellow and was recognized by the New York City Food Policy Center as one of NYC’s 40 under 40 who are working to transform the food system. She is a graduate of the University of California, Davis and holds an MPH in Public Health Nutrition from the CUNY School of Public Health at Hunter College. In her spare time she enjoys being outdoors and cooking vegetarian meals.