Kimberly Lyall combines practical operational experience with big picture thinking to create effective strategies for success. Her 15-year background in tourism and economic development in Southern Alberta was spent working with over 200 tourism stakeholders in 35 communities where she was recognized as a visionary leader and communicator. Following a major crisis in her not-for-profit organization, Kimberly developed a successful model of sustainability and launched award-winning programs.
An award-winning consultant, project manager, and facilitator, Kimberly works primarily with non-profit organizations and uses her extensive experience in the fields of tourism, economic development, and social community development to encourage leadership and proactive change. She provides customized services in strategic planning, development and training, turning gaps into opportunities and transforming ordinary projects into industry-leading initiatives.
For more than 6 years Kimberly developed and instructed professional development programs for Lethbridge College in a wide variety of subject areas specializing in leadership, strategic planning, organizational development, and entrepreneurship.
An inspirational and motivating speaker, Kimberly has more than 20 years experience on stages around the world presenting keynote speeches, and facilitating workshops empowering individuals to live to their greatest potential.
Collective Impact, Explore and Experiment, Impact Measurement, Policy Engagement, Scaling Impact, Social Enterprise, Social Finance
Policywise for Children and Families, Alberta Nonprofit Network, Lethbridge Interfaith Food Bank Society, 5th on 5th Youth Services Lethbridge, Big Brother Big Sisters Lethbridge, United Way Lethbridge and Southwestern Alberta, Galt Museum and Archives, Southern Alberta Self-Help Association, Volunteer Lethbridge, SouthGrow Regional Initiative, City of Lethbridge, Edmonton Social Prescribing Working Group, Blackfoot Family Lodge Society, Coyote Flats Pioneer Village, South Region Parents as Teachers, University of Lethbridge Centre for Oral History and Tradition, YWCA of Lethbridge and District, Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump, Kainai Women's Wellness Lodge, Lethbridge College