Kimberly King, M.P.H. Chicago Campus
"My interests are in engaging community residents at all stages of the research process and catalyze bidirectional and equitable partnerships."
-Kimberly King, M.P.H.
Kimberly King, M.P.H.
Program Manager for the Center of Excellence on the Social Determinants of Mental Health
I have spent the last seven years researching health disparities, specializing in community based participatory research, program development and grants management. I have developed and implemented a number of community-academia programs driven by community residents, engaged and cultivated numerous partnerships with community residents, community based organizations, academic partners, faith and political leaders, private donors and trustees. My interests are in engaging community residents at all stages of the research process and catalyze bidirectional and equitable partnerships.
As the Program Manager for the Center of Excellence on the Social Determinants of Mental Health, I am responsible for interfacing with external constituencies and supporting the activities of the Center. I assist with building community capacity for addressing the social conditions that impact mental health and bridge the gap between public health and mental health. I support the concept development, program management, evaluation and research facilitated by the Center. I assume a leadership role in the integration of mental health considerations into the practice of Health Impact Assessments.
Please email or call me (312-662-4016) if you have questions or would like more information about me.
- M.P.H, Epidemiology and Biostatistics, University of Illinois at Chicago
- B.S., Biology, Bennett College
- American Public Health Association
- Community- Campus Partnerships for Health
- Miller, D., King, K., Brown, J., Johnson, B. (2012, April) Community Grand Rounds – Community and University Partners Utilizing Innovation to Address Population Health Issues in an Urban Setting: Presentation at the National Community-Campus Partnerships for Health Conference.
- Miller, D., King, K., Smith, G. (2011, November) Community Grand Rounds: Enhancing and Expanding Community Partnerships for Population Health Improvement on the South Side of Chicago: Presentation at the National American Public Health Association Conference.
- Britt, T., Ebomoyi, W., Watkins, Y., Kinney, D., Randal, F., Lam, H., King, K., Kim, K. (2013, November) Chicago southside cancer disparities initiative (CSCDI): An academic and cancer center partnership to increase representation of minorities in research: Presentation at the National American Public Health Association Conference.