Helen KimIndependent Consultant, RoadMap Consulting
Helen has over 25 years of experience in working with progressive leaders, organizations, and networks, supporting them to transform leadership culture, develop innovative strategies, and build effective partnerships. She is a co-author of Working Across Generations: Defining the Future of Nonprofit Leadership (published in the US and in South Korea), and has led workshops and facilitated convenings across the U.S. and internationally on social justice movement building and supporting the next generation of NGO leaders.
Helen is a trainer with the Rockwood Leadership Institute and affiliated with the Building Movement Project, the Evelyn & Walter Haas Jr. Fund Flexible Leadership Investment Program, and RoadMap. She also served as a lead trainer for the Bridge Builders Fellowship at the Women’s Funding Network and Lead the Way Fellowship at the Women of Color Policy Network at NYU.
Helen taught U.S. social movement history at the San Francisco State University and worked as a community organizer for Asian Immigrant Women Advocates, where she focused on immigrant and workers rights and environmental justice issues.
Helen emigrated from Korea when she was twelve years old and attended Carleton College and the University of Minnesota Law School. A former Gerbode Fellow, Helen lives in New York City and aspires to live and work with generosity of spirit and passion for justice.