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Kim Tucker

Executive Director

Kim Tucker

From foster care to public radio, Kim has helped nonprofits develop programs, attract funding, and expand the delivery of their mission. Today, Kim is leading Impact Foundry in partnership with an engaged Board and stellar staff team.

In 2006, Kim joined 3fold Communications to launch the nonprofit division, focused on capacity building for faith and community-based organizations and serving the interests of corporate community benefit programs. Local, statewide and national foundations engaged 3fold to help strengthen grantee organizations; and Kim and her team developed grantmaking programs and training modules to help nonprofit organizations improve upon and demonstrate their impact. In 2015, 3fold sponsored Kim to assume the helm at Nonprofit Resource Center, and to lead its expansion and transformation to Impact Foundry.

Today, Kim is having the time of her life creating new pathways of impact within the nonprofit sector in her role as executive director. The Impact Foundry team is focused on strengthening the capacity and influence of nonprofit organizations – social profits that work tirelessly to save and change lives, improve our economy and our environment, and provide a full spectrum of opportunity for today’s and tomorrow’s leaders.

Kim believes our future depends on well-equipped, engaged youth and for that reason serves on three nonprofit Boards that address regional and national needs:

  • Friends of Sacramento Arts addresses the need for arts education in our local public schools.
  • Brightways Learning is a K-12 educational nonprofit working in several states and internationally with teacher tools and programs that build webs of support for youth to thrive.
  • Kids Helping Kids is a nonprofit corporation run entirely by junior and senior high school students in Sacramento, California. Students are empowered to take the skills they learn in the classroom and apply them to make real, tangible differences in the lives of children locally and globally.

Kim is from Alaska, where she grew up playing with bears and catching salmon with her bare hands. Most of the time, she tells the truth.

Tiffany Rosso

Director of Capacity Building

Tiffany Rosso

Tiffany leads Impact Foundry’s capacity building programs, including Certified Sustainable and our year-round training courses. She brings 20+ years of nonprofit experience and is a collaborative agent for positive change. She is passionate about her work and empowers organizations to build capacity and scale programs to maximize mission impact. With her entrepreneurial approach to nonprofit consulting, Tiffany aligns her work with her core values of integrity, community engagement, and sustainability.

Tiffany’s professional accomplishments have included organizational and program management, fund development, volunteer coordination and event planning. She has worked for Bay Area and Sacramento-based nonprofits, including Off the Mat-Into the World, March of Dimes, California Musical Theatre, and Alchemist CDC.

Tiffany has her graduate degree in Nonprofit Administration from the University of San Francisco and volunteers as a USF Alumni Mentor; and her undergraduate degree in Environmental Studies from San Jose State University, with an emphasis in education. She is a member of the USF School of Management MNA Advisory Board.

In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her family, exploring nature, paddle boarding and dabbling in the latest art project.

Connect with Tiffany :[email protected]

Ash Lombardo

USC Intern

Ash Lombardo

Ash is a Master’s of Social Work graduate student, studying Social Change and Innovation at the University of Southern California. With a vast array of professional interests, Ash holds BA degrees in Fine Art and Anthropology, and has experience in teaching, non-profit management, and community development. Having spent many of her formative years living on a family farm, as well as all over the United States, including abroad in Japan, she has seen first hand the change and resources a well-run non-profit can provide, and as such dreams of starting her own Agricultural based job skills and teaching farm non-profit organization. Ash’s work with the Impact Foundry will provide her a foundation to draw from while gaining more experience working directly with the community.