With more than 30 years of experience in Human Resources, nonprofit practice and adult education, Marcia Kimm-Jackson is a committed and effective Facilitator, Trainer and Coach. She has coached corporate professionals and leaders in various sectors and led workshops on a variety of topics as a personable, insightful, engaging and compassionate Coach and professional development guide.
Currently, Marcia is expanding her practice as a racial equity practitioner and has facilitated small group discussions and workshops focused on allyship and challenging racism, both in corporate settings and in community organizations. Before that, Marcia spent nearly 19 years as a Human Resources Specialist with the Federal Reserve System where she was a key facilitator and project team member of several organization-wide strategic initiatives focused on Diversity, Mentoring, Customer Service, and Employee Satisfaction. In addition, she has consulted with Dartmouth College, the METCO Program and the TJX Corporation on various topics including career development, team building and organizational change management.
Marcia is a certified Human Resources professional through the Society for Human Resource Management, has completed training as a Professional/Life Coach in the tradition of the Coaches Training Institute, and is trained as a strengths-based practitioner in the Appreciative Inquiry methodology. She also earned specialized credentials as an Emotional Intelligence Coach by Learning In Action. She holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology and a master’s degree in Education. In addition, Marcia recently earned a Nonprofit Leadership Certificate from Tufts University Center for Civic Life and the Institute for Nonprofit Practice.