Shilbee Kim

Work Stream Manager, Entrepreneurship Policy

Shilbee Kim is a Work Stream Lead, Entrepreneurship Policy with the Brookfield Institute for Innovation + Entrepreneurship, where she leads research on entrepreneurship policy solutions that contribute to shared prosperity. 

Her theory of change entails unlocking passions in people for values-driven leadership approaches and/or business models, which can help build economies that are more just, co-operative, and sustainable. Along with researching policy solutions at BII+E, she is a passion coach for intrapreneurs and social entrepreneurs at the Women of Ontario Social Enterprise Network and Innoweave.

For close to 10 years, she has worked with hundreds of passionate entrepreneurs and innovators through her work that lies at the intersection of economic development, social entrepreneurship, and racial justice at the Native Women’s Resource Centre, the Centre for Social Innovation Regent Park, and Cannabis Amnesty. As a member of the Yonge Street Mission’s Wealth Creation Think Tank, Shilbee has also advised on local economic workforce development models using entrepreneurship to improve the economic livelihoods for low-income high-capacity families. 

She holds a B.A. in International Development at McGill University, and her continuing education comes from families and communities whom she has the privilege of learning from. 

1 Contribution

Sort
Sort
Tags
Tags
Types
Types

Jan 23, 2020

Women entrepreneurs lead businesses across Canada, from small storefronts to high-growth scale-ups. The WEKH builds evidence and advances effective practices to support their businesses and growth.
Women Entrepreneurship Knowledge Hub (WEKH)
Load More