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Kimberly Shaw

Regional Black Contractors Association | Board Member

Kimberly Shaw is President/CEO of the Regional Black Contractors Association. She focuses on supporting Real Estate, Pre-Construction, Construction, Transportation businesses, and allied industries. Currently, she serves on several committees across the DFW Metroplex that address equity and inclusion, offering a fresh perspective that results in collaborative policy and/or procedural changes. As an assertive, self-motivated Executive with solid political and civic relationships, she manages and drives community programs and is successful in cross-team initiatives.

Her loyalty to God, Country, Family, and Career is paramount to her being. Kimberly lived abroad during her formative years which helped shape her unique perspective on today’s issues. Her diverse and multi-cultural background has inspired her to offer her talents for a greater influence on those around her.

She created numerous programs in the Southern Dallas Community in association with RBCA executive leadership, such as: “Second Chance” Workforce Development Program, Senior Citizen Home Repair Program, Scholarship Program, and support to local Drug & Alcohol Rehabilitation facilities.

Kimberly’s passion for life-long learning along with her MBA informs her approach to advocacy for Black businesses and individuals involved with the criminal justice system.

Her precious free time is spent with her children, family, and close friends. Kimberly’s hobbies consist of reading, traveling, and personal fitness both physical and spiritual. She is a proud alumnus of Oklahoma State University and holds a Texas Real Estate License.

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