Kim Alaine Rathman, Ph.D.
Kim Alaine Rathman, Ph.D., has more than 30 years of experience in fundraising, organizational development and strategic planning, and has worked with a large number of academic and nonprofit organizations including:
The Bronx Association of Food Pantries California State University, Los Angeles Catholic Big Brothers Big Sisters Florence Crittenton Center, Los Angeles The Food & Hunger Hotline, New York Foothill Unity Center, Los Angeles Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership Kidspace Children's Museum Los Angeles City College Foundation Mount St. Mary’s College, Los Angeles New York City Coalition Against Hunger Project Open Hand, San Francisco St. Vincent de Paul, Councils of Los Angeles & Orange County
Dr. Rathman has a doctorate in Ethics and Public Policy from the cooperative program between the Graduate Theological Union and the University of California, Berkeley, a Master of Divinity from Union Theological Seminary in New York, and an honors diploma in International Law and Policy from the University of Vienna, Austria. She also has taught numerous seminars and workshops in Community Organizing, Nonprofit Administration and Fundraising, as well as academic classes in Economic Ethics, Ethics and Technology, and Ethics and Conflict Resolution.