Kimberly Mitchell is a lifelong Washingtonian, entrepreneur, and dedicated mother and grandmother. She is a skilled makeup artist and skincare specialist working at Macy’s. Kimberly also owns a small business where she further hones her craft and artistry by providing affordable services to clients.
In her role at Macy’s, Kimberly is a proud union member and worker activist for the United Food and Commercial Workers Local 400 (UFCW). She is the sitting vice president of the union’s executive board where she fights for the rights of working families by sharing her story, listening to the plight of others and educating the community, fellow working families and public officials. Kimberly further her work by supporting the various campaigns in the District such as minimum wage, DC paid sick leave, fair hours and scheduling and paid family medical leave, among others.
Kimberly is a member of the UFCW Women’s Network and has spoken at their 2016 conference in Canada. She has also had the honor of speaking at the 2016 White House Summit. When asked about her work as an activist, Mitchell says, “I did not choose to be an activist, I had to surrender myself to be humble and accept my purpose for the role that I now find myself in today. I believe it is a moral mandate to empower and give hope to those who will hear and to give a voice to those who do not have one.”
Convenings Featuring Kimberly Mitchell
– April 12, 2023