Educated at Youngstown State University, George Washington University, and the American Intercontinental University, Rollie Kimbrough has completed significant academic coursework in the fields of physics, mathematics, computer science, finance, and accounting. He currently serves as the executive director of Community Resources, Inc., a Washington, DC, nonprofit organization that is dedicated to creating mechanisms that channel human and capital resources into poverty-stricken communities. Rollie Kimbrough’s responsibilities with Community Resources revolve around the management and oversight of a number of charitable initiatives including the Liberia, West Africa agricultural development project We Care International.
In 2003, Rollie Kimbrough was named Businessman of the Year by AME Church, a religious organization with millions of international members. He currently sits on the board of stewards for Metropolitan African Method Episcopal Church in Washington, DC, where he strives to reduce incarceration rates for people of color through the church’s Pipeline to Prison program. Representing the program as its co-chair, Mr. Kimbrough was featured in a 2013 article by the Washington Post.
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