Dr. Kimberly T. Fowler, a native of Jacksonville, FL, has been working to support
indigenous communities for over a decade. Dr. Fowler has been employed at NCUIH since
2011 and as the current VP of the Technical Assistance and Research Center (TARC), has led
the development of various projects focused on Urban Indian Organization capacity-building
and sustainability to support operational and programmatic growth, as well as supporting
research centered on the urban Indian health sector. She received her Ph.D. from Yale
University and B.S. from Tennessee State University.
Prior to joining NCUIH, Dr. Fowler supported several initiatives through the coordination and delivery of technical assistance in health systems and clinical operations for communities of color, including managing a women’s health behavior intervention program to reduce health disparities risk. Dr. Fowler also completed her postdoctoral fellowship from the University of Colorado-Denver where she also received a Certificate in Public Health.” Over the years, she has supported on several national, regional, and local non-profit boards, including the Tennessee State University National Alumni Association, holding various positions, from President/ Chair to Secretary. She currently serves as Secretary on the Adam’s Purpose board.