Kiley Golberg is the development associate in the Development Department. In her role, she handles gift processing, donor stewardship, database coordination, event support and other various administrative tasks. She is based in Saint Paul, MN.
Kiley recently graduated from the University of St. Thomas – Saint Paul with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Administration – Management and Justice & Peace Studies with a minor in Political Science. She had the opportunity to spend a semester in Seoul, South Korea, studying Strategic Management and The United Nations, International Civil Society and North Korean Human Rights. Her experience includes volunteering and interning with various nonprofit organizations that have focused on addressing social justice issues.
Kiley is a co-author of “Mendota Dakota – Erasure and Recognition” alongside fellow St. Thomas Justice & Peace Studies students and the Mendota Mdewakanton Dakota Tribal Community.