Kimberly Contino was a top leadership staffer in the Pennsylvania Senate and counsel to a key committee in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives. A licensed attorney, Kimberly has 17 years of experience with the Pennsylvania General Assembly and in private sector government
From 2001 through 2012, Kim worked for two contract government affairs firms and as Vice President of Public Affairs for the Pennsylvania Association for the Blind. During this period, she represented clients at the state and federal level on a myriad of issues ranging from private nonprofit and public entity concerns to corporate interests.
From 1995 to 2001, Kimberly served as Counsel for the Consumer Affairs Committee in the House of Representatives and later as Counsel to former Senate Majority Leader David ‘Chip’ Brightbill, R-Lebanon County. She was involved in drafting and successfully negotiating issues around electric deregulation, criminal justice reform, tort reform, family law, and corporate regulation.
In 1990 Kimberly earned an undergraduate degree in Psychology & Business from Ithaca College, and in 1993 received her J.D. from Widener University School of Law. She is an active member of the Pennsylvania Bar.