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Social Impact advocate


Charmion N. Kinder is a master communicator, social impact advocate and corporate responsibility strategist with more than 15 years of experience in executing influencer campaigns that promote transformational change for the next generation of American leadership. As the founder and chief impact officer of CNKinder, Inc., a social impact consultancy, she works tirelessly to help organizations find their voice, inspiring youth to pursue their grandest visions and dreams along the way.

Most recently, as the Head of Corporate Education Partnerships (CEP) Communications for Discovery Education, where she led targeted press engagement for pro-social ed tech impact initiatives, Charmion's work helped serve more than 51 million students around the globe. A former press aide to First Lady Michelle Obama, Charmion previously served the Obama Administration as a public affairs appointee at the Departments of Housing and Urban Development and Commerce, and in 2016 she was tapped to serve as Head of Communications for My Brother’s Keeper Alliance. Her work as a change agent began after graduating from Howard University, where her efforts to inspire 21st century ingenuity in youth took root. Through her work with Service Employees International Union (SEIU), the Hip Hop Summit Action Network (HSAN), the National Coalition on Black Civic Participation (NCBCP), America Coming Together (ACT), Edelman, the Ad Council and The Walt Disney Company, Charmion has been an architect of ranging multimedia campaigns that have promoted global responsibility, civic engagement, and diversity and inclusion for the purposes of building a better world. Charmion received certification from Harvard Business School's Corporate Social Responsibility Executive Education Program in 2016. She is also a Google Next Gen Policy Leader.

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