Kimberly Velazco has been with the Irvine Foundation since June 2009. Prior to joining the Foundation, Kimberly worked at the UCLA Anderson School of Management as a program manager in the Office of Executive Education. During her time there, Kimberly worked on all aspects of program development and implementation, including admissions, marketing, and program format and logistics, as well as program expansion. Previously, Kimberly was a program manager in the Pasadena office of The Wellness Community, a national cancer support organization. Kimberly volunteers for a variety of organizations in her community, including Elizabeth House, the American Cancer Society, and the Junior League of Pasadena. She also serves as a board member for Pasadena Education Network (PEN) which promotes family participation in public school education. Kimberly received her Bachelor of Arts degree in sociology, with a minor in Spanish, from the University of California, Riverside.
Kimberly is based out of Irvine's Los Angeles office.