Diversity Dimensions Consulting, LLC is a Washington, D.C., based company that provides effective solutions to individuals and organizations seeking to harness the power of diversity and inclusion. We focus on the intersection of culture, identity, and traditional leadership competencies and customize strategic solutions to ensure business and career success.


Kim C. D'Abreu   ,        Diversity Dimensions Consulting

Kim C. D'Abreu,  Diversity Dimensions Consulting

Our Story

Kim C. D’Abreu, Principal, is an entrepreneurial, dynamic, and resourceful executive with 25 years of experience designing and managing national, impactful, workforce diversity and inclusion programs. She is a credible thought leader within education, healthcare and non-profit sectors, with a reputation for managing the culture and complexities of environments.

Kim has helped guide company leadership in structurally incorporating diverse thinking and experience into their management and program philosophy. She has effectively developed tools, strategies, and resources focused on climate improvement and cultural competency as a means to promote success of diverse groups.

As a leadership coach, she enables leaders to clarify their values and make courageous moves toward their own development. She specializes in coaching executives and leaders through transitions. She helps her clients identify and break free from limiting behavior patterns so they can activate action plans for bold, professional change.

Kim is a member of the International Coach Federation (ICF), Washington, DC chapter. She is certified in facilitation by the Leadership Strategies Institute. She obtained her Certificate in Leadership Coaching from Georgetown University.

She has worked with:

  • American Association of Colleges of Nursing
  •  American Dental Education Association
  • American Association of Veterinary Medical Colleges
  • Association of Public and Land-grant Universities
  • Insight to Diversity Magazine
  • National Medical Fellowships
  • Nebo Company
  • The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
  • George Washington University
  • University of Pennsylvania