Diversity & Inclusion Advisor
KIMBERLY MOSLEY, MBA, CAE
“THE REALITY IS THAT IN TODAY’S WORKPLACE THERE ARE SOME GROUPS OF PEOPLE WHO ARE MARGINALIZED, AND WE NEED TO TALK ABOUT IT SO WE CAN PROVIDE MEANINGFUL ACTION AND RESPONSE.”
Kimberly Mosley, MBA, CAE, has been a leader in the association industry for more than 20 years in executive positions in the fields of technology, healthcare, and specialty retail. Throughout her career, Kim has been active in mentoring, networking, and education to advance diversity in executive leadership.
Kim is the executive director of the Digital Analytics Association (DAA), a trade association serving analytics professionals through professional development, career services, certification, and networking.
As Tuft’s Diversity & Inclusion Advisor, Kim provides consultative support to Tuft consultants to expand opportunities for diverse candidate pools. She also will advise clients and search committees on best practices in interviews, as well as organizational readiness to address unconscious bias.
Prior to her role with DAA, Kim served as the executive director of the American Specialty Toy Retailing Association (ASTRA) and CIO for the American College of Healthcare Executives. She is a member of the American Society of Association Executives (ASAE) and of Association Forum, Chicago, where she has served in many leadership roles, including Board service for the Association Forum.
Kim has chaired the Association Forum’s Diversity Workforce Committee and served on ASAE’s CAE Commission. In 2002, she was named an ASAE Diversity Executive Leadership Program (DELP) Scholar and participated in an accelerated program of education, mentoring, and volunteer service in the association community. In turn, as a DELP alum, Kim has mentored emerging association leaders and deepened her expertise in leadership diversity issues.
Kim has earned designation as a Certified Association Executive (CAE). She also is a Certified Play Expert (CPE), skilled in recognizing the important role of play on healthy brain development.
Kim has served as a professional advisor for DePaul University and as adjunct faculty for Prairie State Junior College, Governors State University, and Microtrain, a training center. She also lectures, blogs, and writes articles on specialty toy retailing, association management, and technology.
Kim holds a Bachelor of Computer Science (BCS) degree from Governors State University and an MBA from Keller Graduate School of Management.