Kimberly Dillon has spoken at a number of key conferences including TedWoman, SXSW and was named of the top leaders to watch in tech by the Huffington Post. She has worked at several Blue Chip companies like Proctor&Gamble, the NFL, and Accenture. Kimberly was the founder of House of Mikko, one of the early pioneers of the Beauty Influencer movement in 2009. She later went on to help raise millions of dollars for startups around the world and has developed growth strategies for digital brands such as YouTube stars Smosh, Scooter Braun’s Bkstg, and the SIRI spinout Desti.
Kimberly has two undergraduate degrees from the University of Pittsburgh and a MBA from the University of Michigan. She lives in Los Angeles, where she performs standup comedy in her free time and is working on her 42nd passport stamp.