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Kimberly Mann

Chief of Education Outreach, United Nations Department of Public Information, USA

Kimberly Mann is the chief of the Education Outreach Section at the United Nations Department of Public Information. She is responsible for development of the strategy for and the implementation of global education initiatives on the main issues and objectives of the United Nations, including the Department's Remember Slavery Programme, Holocaust Education Programme, Model U.N. Workshops, and other youth projects. Prior to this, Kimberly created and served as the manager of the Holocaust Education Programme and continues to represent the U.N. at the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance. Throughout her career, she has developed an international network of partners and multifaceted programs that include print and online educational materials, animated films, seminars, exhibits, a film series, and teacher training. Kimberly joined the U.N. in 1993, and has held several positions at the Department of Public Information, including chief of special projects, manager of the U.N. Messengers of Peace Programme, and desk officer for the U.N. Information Centres in Africa. Prior to her employment at the U.N., she worked for various public relations firms. She holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in history and a Master of Arts Degree in linguistics from the University of South Carolina. Kimberly is a Fellow of Salzburg Global Seminar.