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Jamie Kim

Director, Innovative Programming

Jamie Kim began her career at ACCESS in 2002 as an AmeriCorps Program Coordinator with NNAAC, and was promoted to AmeriCorps Director in 2005.  In 2007, Jamie was appointed to lead the development of the Center for Arab American Philanthropy (CAAP), one of ACCESS’ three national institutions.  After a brief absence from ACCESS in 2010, Jamie returned to the organization in 2011 as an advisor to executive leadership on strategic direction for CAAP and NNAAC.  In 2013, Jamie became ACCESS’ National Programming Strategist. She led the strategic planning process for the organization and the implementation of national strategies under the strategic plan. It also allowed her to strengthen program alignment between NNAAC, CAAP and the Arab American National Museum (AANM).

As the Director of Innovative Programs, Jamie will continue to lead the implementation of new programs and initiatives that build the leadership of young Arab Americans and improve the standing of Arab Americans in American society.  In addition, Jamie will work closely with NNAAC, CAAP and the AANM to leverage the impact of their programs through greater collaboration.