3 Questions With ... Dr. Kimberly Turner in Celebration of Black Philanthropy Month - WGC's Our Giving, Our Stories - 8/13
WGC's 2022 "Our Giving, Our Stories" Series in Celebration of Black Philanthropy Month
The Women's Giving Circle of Howard County is proud to continue our support for Black Philanthropy Month (BPM), observed every August! The primary aims of BPM are informing, involving, inspiring and investing in Black philanthropic leadership to strengthen African-American and African-descent giving in all its forms, for the benefit of our planet, our communities, our organizations and our lives.
One way WGC is doing this is through WGC's "Our Giving, Our Stories!" daily profile Series each August. Each day this month we are sharing daily profiles of incredible women in our community who are giving in so many ways - in celebration of Black Philanthropy Month.
Today, we elevate the voice and story of philanthropist, Dr. Kimberly Turner:
What moves you to give your time, talent and financial resources?
I have been an active member at St. John Baptist Church and recently served as the physician lead for our vaccination program with the county.
When did you start giving to issues that are important to you?
I have served as the chaplain of the Columbia, MD chapter of Jack and Jill, incorporated.
What advice do you have for those interested in giving back?
I am a Golden Life member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority where I frequently give community presentations on Women's health to the membership as well as to young women who are interested in membership.
Where do you focus your time, talent, and treasure?
Learn more about the WGC's "Our Giving, Our Stories!" Series celebrating Black Philanthropy Month every day in August 2022.
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