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Cracked Concrete Wall

Meet 
Kim Corbin

Founder | CEO

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Quick Stats

15

Years of Hill experience

9

Years in the House

6

Years in the Senate

5

Years in Committee

Offices

Cracked Concrete Wall

Kim is a Washington, DC based lobbyist with 15-years of  Capitol Hill experience in health care, food security, and economic issues. A strategic and creative problem-solver, Kim has deep knowledge of the House and Senate, navigating the federal administration, and getting things done in D.C.  

Whether it's by developing next-frontier, patient-first health strategies or strengthening nutrition security, Kim works with organizations seeking to shake up systems and press toward a future where we all can thrive.  Corbin Strategies can help you develop a policy and outreach strategy to engage with lawmakers in Washington DC to help you achieve your goals.  

As Senior Advisor to House Rules Committee Chairman Jim McGovern, Kim spearheaded the Committee’s year-long anti-hunger initiative that culminated in the President’s May 2022 announcement for a conference on Hunger, Nutrition, and Health and a national strategy to end hunger in America by 2030.


Kim previously served as Staff Director of the U.S. Joint Economic Committee under Senator Martin Heinrich where she led her team to provide the facts and arguments to defeat Republican ACA repeal efforts, highlighted climate and conservation needs, and developed an economic investment plan for rural America.


Additionally, Kim served as Staff Director of the Senate Finance Subcommittee on Health under Senator Debbie Stabenow, Legislative Counsel to Senator Mark Udall and Representative Jerry Nadler, and got her start on Capitol Hill with then-Congressman, now Senator Bob Menendez.


Kim has a J.D. from Rutgers University School of Law-Newark and a B.A. from The George Washington University. She lives on Capitol Hill with her partner, their daughter, and her dog (they all agree he’s her dog!).

Key Achievements

2022

Pregnant Workers Fairness Act

became law

(originally drafted in 2012)

2022

Secured funding for the second-ever White House Conference on Hunger, Nutrition, and Health

 

Conference led to a national strategy to end hunger and improve nutrition by 2030

2021

Lead strategist on House Rules Committee’s year-long initiative building the policy and political case to end hunger by 2030

2019

Led the first-ever full committee House hearing on Medicare for All

2017-2018

Led the bicameral Joint Economic Committee, driving the economic message and agenda on a wide-range of topics like:

 

protecting the Affordable Care Act

 

advancing rural economic policies 

2016

Lead strategist on the Finance Health Subcommittee hearing on Alzheimer’s disease

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