Kimberly Yu, MPH

Public Health Professional with over 5 years of project management experience. Seeking opportunities in innovative research and health tech.

Project Manager
Seattle, US
[email protected]


Project Director, Montefiore Medical Center 2015-2017

  • Improved operational process of treatment pathway by facilitating system-wide cross-disciplinary shift in treatment of Hepatitis C leading to increase in patients seeking medical care. (i.e. enrolling 1400 patients in care program) 
  • Managed logistics, budget, communications and reports for key launch meetings aimed at engaging key leadership across hospital systems, community organizations, payers, and Department of Health. 
  • Increased patient access to care in 10+ primary care clinics, improved conversion of positive diagnosis to treatment, and established training for additional health care providers across various disciplines. 
  • Coordinated with Financial Administrator to manage budgets and successfully meet deadlines for deliverable goals across 6-8 multiple projects.
  • Collaborated closely with Data Managers to develop data management tools and address data collection challenges to improve data collection errors. 
  • Hired, trained, and supervised team of 16 staff on 6 different projects.

Research Project Director, Albert Einstein College of Medicine 2013-2015

  • Achieved over 90% retention rate of research participants through improving best practices for recruitment and research visit implementation. 
  • Contributed to development of Sharepoint-based research tracking tool. 
  • Oversaw multiple research projects recruiting from 3 opioid treatment sites, with total enrollment of 200+ patients, focused on HCV treatment and models of care including: NIH R01 study, and Phase III clinical trial. 
  • Established and maintained IRB protocols for all research studies.

Program Coordinator, Charles B. Wang Community Health Center 2010-2013

  • Managed state & federal grants addressing HIV prevention and adolescent reproductive health education. 
  • Hired, trained, and supervised a staff of 6, and 10+ volunteers.  
  • Coordinated implementation of evidence-based programs in several local NYC public schools; implemented bilingual (Mandarin & English) health education courses. 
  • Led quarterly community advisory meetings with key stakeholders from the community.

Additional/Volunteer Experience

Director of Business Operations, Latinas Think Big 2016-2017

  • Support the mission to galvanize the big ideas, careers and ventures of Latinas and other women of color, through dynamic summits, career advice, an online community, and influential networks. 
  • Collaborate with team to launch new initiatives and build the Latinas Think Big community. 
  • Event coordination for conference with 300+ attendees at the Latinas Think Big Innovation Summit (Oct 2014).

Volunteer Coordinator, Keep A Child Alive 2008-2014

  • Recruit, train, and manage 70+ volunteers for annual fundraising event (Black Ball) raising over $1M to support HIV clinics and orphanages in India, Kenya, Rwanda, Uganda, and South Africa. [2011-2014] 
  • Coordinate logistics for the college campus group Student AIDS Summer conference (300+ attendees) [2008] 

Graduate Research Intern, China California Heart Watch 2009

  • Conduct assessment of health care knowledge and access by ethnic minority groups in rural Southwest China (i.e. Naxi and Bai). 
  • Assist in treatment and research of cardiovascular diseases in rural villages. 
  • Develop written report (Chinese) for local Department of Health.


New York University 2010

Master of Public Health | International Community Health

UC San Diego 2008

Bachelor of Science | Human Biology


Expert in Microsoft Office applications. Fluent speaking Chinese (Mandarin). Basic Spanish. Basic SAS and SQL skills. CITI training. ACCESS database experience. QDS/ACASI development. Dragonboat & Outrigger Canoe paddling. 

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