Associate Professor of Business; Lead Faculty, Business/Finance Curriculum and Instruction; Director, NYC Semester in Business (NYCB)
Associate Professor Kimberly Reeve teaches business at The King’s College, including International Business, Decision-Making and Negotiations, and Nonprofit Management. Prior to joining King’s, Reeve drew on her experience leading development and marketing teams at several national and global organizations to work as a management consultant to businesses and nonprofits. In that capacity, Reeve worked with clients throughout the U.S., Europe, South America, and Africa and started the European office of a boutique consulting firm based in Amsterdam.
Reeve’s research interests include mergers and acquisitions in the nonprofit sector, measuring impact in social enterprises, and corporate sustainability in the extractive industry. A life-long learner and supporter of education, she serves on the board of the Jeannette Rankin Scholarship Foundation and is chair of the Diversity and Inclusion committee at ISM, a global graduate business school. She and her husband Dan live in Newark, NJ, where they spend weekends restoring their 300-year-old home.
Time at King's: March 2016 to Present
Ph.D. International Business
International School of Management
Graduate Certificate - Global Affairs
New York University
M.B.A. Nonprofit Management, Marketing
University of St. Thomas, School of Business
B.A. Government, French, Music