Kimberly Miller Rubenfeld currently serves as Vice President of Circle of Service Foundation, which makes grants in the areas of Jewish Community, Education, Community Services and Medical Research. Kimberly has day-to-day operational responsibility for this private foundation, which conducts all of its grantmaking anonymously and via matching grants. Prior to this role, Kimberly coordinated all aspects of the foundation’s Jewish Community giving in the U.S., Israel and Europe.
Before joining Circle of Service Foundation, Kimberly served as Program Manager for Magen Tzedek, focused on building an ethical certification for kosher food. She also invested over a decade in her banking career, focused on mergers and acquisitions for media and communications companies. Kimberly holds a Bachelor of Arts from Northwestern University and a Master of Business Administration from Kellogg School of Management.
Kimberly lives in the city of Chicago with her husband, Dr. Ari Rubenfeld, a head and neck surgeon at the University of Illinois at Chicago, and their two delightful daughters, Aviva and Lilah.