Kim Moore Bailey, Justice Outside
With over 25 years of experience in strategic planning and community engagement, Kim Moore Bailey provides the leadership and vision that drives Justice Outside’s work shifting resources to, building power with, and centering the voices and leadership of Black, Indigenous, and people of color to advance racial justice and equity in the outdoor and environmental movement. As chief executive officer, Kim guides the overall strategic direction for the organization and supports the leadership team as they manage the organization’s grantmaking portfolio, training and capacity-building programs, and ongoing advocacy work. Kim is a frequent speaker and thought leader on topics related to racial equity and inclusion in the outdoor and environmental fields. As a facilitator and trainer, she has supported many individuals and organizations in prioritizing equitable access to nature and designing outdoor spaces and programming that supports this goal. Before joining Justice Outside, Kim was a vice president with Outward Bound where she supported their city-based programs. Prior to that, she was the mayoral appointee as the Manager for Denver Parks and Recreation. Kim serves on the board of directors for the Environmental Grantmakers Association, the Children & Nature Network, The Redford Center, The National Recreation Foundation, and the Blue Sky Funders Forum.
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