Catherine Kimmel

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Catherine Kimmel

Catherine is a skillful connector who harnesses her unique and powerful network of global leaders across diverse sectors to transform the philanthropic landscape. She produces strategic impact campaigns and fundraises for some of the world’s most renowned artists, political figures and nonprofit organizations.

Prior to co-founding the Artemis Agency, Catherine had her own strategic consulting firm, CK/LA where she helped clients achieve success by utilizing the private sector and cultural influencers to amplify important social messages. After starting her social impact career with President Mikhail Gorbachev (Global Green Cross International) she currently serves as a lead consultant for Bono’s ONE and (RED) campaigns, Pharrell Williams’ Yellow, Al Gore’s Climate Reality Project, Jose’ Andres’ World Central Kitchen, The Elizabeth Taylor Aids Foundation and Global Witness.

Her commitment to raising public awareness and elevating the profile of various non-profits has enabled her to direct a number of national and global advocacy projects for organizations including “24 Hours of Reality” with former Vice President Al Gore– a 24 hour global event in 265 countries to awaken citizens to the full truth, scope and scale of the climate crisis. She has produced a variety of national political policy initiatives including events at the 2012 Democratic National Committee Convention with Former U.S. President Bill Clinton. She has also proudly worked with Action Against Hunger International, Malaria No More, The Herbie Hancock Institute of Jazz and AMREF Health Africa International.

Catherine is passionate about theater and storytelling and began her professional career at the Mark Taper Forum theatre in Los Angeles.