Kimberly Mukobi, MS
Kimberly Mukobi is an experienced adjunct professor with a demonstrated history of working in the higher education industry. She is a nonprofit organization co-founder, director, consultant, and volunteer and has served on several boards of directors and is skilled in grant writing, fundraising, and nonprofit development. Kimberly is also skilled in course design, online course delivery, and student development. She currently teaches Resource Development Strategies in the Master of Nonprofit Leadership program at Pacific University and several grant writing senior capstones at Portland State University. She has a master of science focused in cognitive research and experimental psychology from Central Washington University and focuses her efforts in the animal welfare and wildlife conservation sectors. She works with international conservation nonprofits and serves on the board of the Kasese Wildlife Conservation Awareness Organization, located in Uganda. Locally, her grant writing classes partner with both urban and rural nonprofit animal shelters. In the late ‘90s, she volunteered for the Jane Goodall Institute on the Isinga Island Project, one of the very first island sanctuaries to help young chimpanzee survivors of the international poaching trade.