The Social Development Commission Welcomes New Elected Commissioner
Kimberly S. Njoroge to Represent SDC’s District Three
(Milwaukee, WI)— The Social Development Commission is pleased to welcome Kimberly S. Njoroge as SDC’s newest elected commissioner. Kimberly will represent SDC’s District 3 located in the city of Milwaukee (see attached map). Kimberly won the April 8th election and replaces outgoing Commissioner Craig Sanders.
As an elected SDC Commissioner, Kimberly will work with the Social Development Commission ensuring it fulfils its mission to empower Milwaukee County residents with resources to move beyond poverty.
Kimberly brings a unique skillset to this assignment.
As a community activator, Kimberly is well connected with civic, educational, and neighborhood organizations and families fighting poverty.
She is a founding member of the Walnut Way Conservation Corp. As a founding board member, resident and active contributor of one of Milwaukee’s most successful neighborhood redevelopment projects. Kimberly was instrumental in creating a vibrant and safe community that attracted new businesses, transformed vacant lots into community gardens and re-engaged residents of all ages. During her tenure, she served as the organizations Community Liaison.
Kimberly also worked with a host of other organizations including Fondy Food Center and she is an advisory board member for the Milwaukee chapter of Safe Families, an important resource for at-risk women and children.
The Social Development Commission (SDC) is pleased to add this wealth of expertise to its Board of Commissioners. The Board of Commissioners is comprised of 18 members with one-third representing the public sector, one third representing the private sector and one-third representing Milwaukee County residents experiencing poverty.