Kimberly Hall, Director of Community and Employer Engagement has held many roles at Goodwill since 2009. Kimberly has led Goodwill of Central Arizona in partnering with local governments and nonprofit organizations to make a greater impact on Arizona’s communities, and has been instrumental in not only expanding the number of Goodwill Career Center locations, but enhancing Goodwill’s offerings in order to better serve job seekers. Of the 165 Goodwill organizations operating around the world today, Goodwill of Central Arizona is number 1 in job placements out of the 165 Goodwill’s in the country, which is a testament to Kimberly’s effectiveness as a leader.
Through her role with Goodwill of Central Arizona and as a volunteer in the community, Kimberly is committed to helping individuals achieve self-sufficiency. She is passionate about working
with the Valley’s homeless population, and founded a nonprofit organization, the HOPE Project, in 2009 to provide resources and support to individuals and families experiencing homelessness. She serves as a mentor to Valley youth through her involvement with Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA), and volunteers her time with numerous local organizations including Lighthouse, The Salvation Army, and the HOPE Project.
Kimberly is a dynamic and inspiring leader who has a passion for Veterans and their families. Kimberly is a spouse of a Navy Veteran. She understands first-hand about deployments, what families go through when their loved one is away and the process of finding your way after serving in the United States Armed Forces.
Kimberly is a Valley Leadership Alumni and now services as a Board Chair for VL. In 2015 Kimberly was named 40 under 40 by the Phoenix Business Journal and serves her community on numerous boards and councils.