Kimberly Ostrowski serves as a vice president for Corporate Giving in the Office of Corporate Social Responsibility at Prudential Financial. She leads the creation and implementation of Prudential’s philanthropic strategy to create, build and protect wealth for underserved populations by encouraging the development of innovative and responsible financial products that lead to increased financial security. In addition, she manages a portfolio of financial capability grants that seek to increase people’s financial knowledge and skills to foster lasting positive financial behaviors.
Prior to joining Prudential in 2010, Kimberly was a Senior Associate at Living Cities where she managed a portfolio of grants in workforce development, income growth, and assets accumulation. As a Program Manager with the City of New York’s Department of Small Business Services, Kimberly managed workforce development and financial capability programs to help working poor New Yorkers advance in their careers and increase financial security. Kimberly has also worked as a philanthropic advisor to family foundations and individual philanthropists in their efforts to create high impact grant programs.
Kimberly received a Master of Public Administration from Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs and a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Policy from The George Washington University.