Kimberly Blair

Kimberly Blair, Legal Assistant

Kimberly joined the Center in 2016 and is responsible for providing administrative and research support to the attorneys of the U.S. Legal Program in cases where women’s access to reproductive health and rights to self-determination have been compromised or otherwise deemed at risk.

Prior to joining the Center, Kimberly worked as a paralegal for the International Arbitration Practice Group of Curtis, Mallet-Prevost, Colt & Mosle LLP in Washington, DC.  She also gained extensive advocacy experience through her previous internships with Amnesty International USA and the Office of Congressional Representative Tammy Duckworth.

Kimberly graduated from Georgetown University in 2015 with a B.A. in women and gender studies and a double-minor in government and Portuguese.  During her time at Georgetown, she reinstituted the United Feminists group as an official part of the Student Activities Commission and participated in various conferences and campaigns, such as the National LGBTQ Task Force’s Creating Change, the National Black Justice Coalition’s OUT on the Hill, the WGST Undergraduate Research Conference and IgnationQ.

Kimberly is fluent in Spanish and Portuguese and proficient in French.