Kinkini Banerjee has more than 24 years of work experience in public health policy and practice, having worked closely with community organizations, social services agencies, public health and academic partners to conduct needs assessments, develop strategic plans, promote policies, organizational practices, and collaborative efforts for social equity and improved community health. She has worked extensively in the field of maternal and child health, reproductive justice, and gender equity among low-income and ethnically diverse communities in the U.S., Asia and Central America.
She leverages her public health experience to assist organizations build meaningful, sustainable networks with multiple disciplines, strengthen leadership capacity and increase public awareness and advocacy for advancing the health and rights of women and children for a more equitable global community.
With her expertise in developing workplace wellness programs, she emphasizes employee well-being and organizational health as intrinsic factors for sustaining exceptional performance over time. She passionately advocates for corporate social responsibility (CSR) as a mechanism for enhancing company branding, employee engagement and performance, while improving connectedness with the community and advancing community health and resiliency. Her focus is to align an effective CSR strategy with the priorities and needs of surrounding communities, helping bridge the resource divide through transformational partnerships, and develop practical applications to address local concerns.
Kinkini assists non-profits to develop comprehensive communication platforms to help build support for program goals and spark collaboration. She emphasizes improving internal and external communication, and motivating partners around shared purposes and goals, by increasing transparency and accountability, broadening outreach efforts, and documenting successes through compelling stories. By forging cross sector collaborations, she helps them advance sustainable policies and diversify their scope for sustained impact. She trains non-profits to weave their networks and improve their e-advocacy capacity, by expanding media coverage, developing effective campaigns, and using social media to strengthen their social justice mission.
Kinkini serves on the boards of Building Futures for Women and Children, Alameda’s County’s lead agency in providing housing, safety and stability to homeless and domestic violence survivors, and the California Conservatory Theater of San Leandro.