About Kimberly Till

Former President and Chief Executive Officer of Harris Interactive, Inc., Kimberly Till established a solid foundation for her career at the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa, where she earned a Bachelor of Arts in History with honors. During her undergraduate education, Ms. Till received the Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award her senior year and was chosen as the Most Outstanding Woman during her freshman, sophomore, and junior years. Kimberly Till further served as a Student Senator and the President of the Panhellenic Association.

Subsequently, Kimberly Till attended the Duke University School of Law in Durham, North Carolina. There, she garnered two American Jurisprudence Book Awards for Criminal Law and Securities Law. In addition to serving as an Associate Editor of “Law and Contemporary Problems” and a staff member of the Law Review, the “Duke Law Journal,” Ms. Till was chosen to participate on the Moot Court Board and the National Moot Court Team. After earning her Juris Doctor with distinction, Kimberly Till was admitted to the District of Columbia Bar.

Kimberly Till completed her formal education at the Harvard Graduate School of Business Administration in Boston. Ms. Till received her Master of Business Administration with second year honors. While attending Harvard Business School, she was elected as the Section Representative of the Student Association and was selected as a member of the Century Club.

Kimberly Till serves on the board of the New York Pops and is a selected member of the Council on Foreign Relations, New York Economic Club, and Women’s Forum. In the past, Ms. Till served on the board of directors for the Advertising Council.


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