Kymberlie Quong Charles
Kymberlie Quong Charlies "joined the Center for Public Policy Priorities in February 2009. She is the coordinator for Texas Voice for Health Reform, a project of the Center for Public Policy Priorities to inform and mobilize all Texans on the national debate on health care reform. Kymberlie hails from the State of Maine via Boston, Philadelphia, and Washington, D.C. She is currently completing a Masters of Science in Social Work at UT Austin and received a Bachelor of Arts in Peace and Global Studies from Earlham College in 2002. Before returning to graduate school, Kymberlie coordinated Membership and Outreach for Education for a Just Peace in the Middle East in Washington, D.C. Prior to this position she served as program assistant with the Middle East Peacebuilding Unit at the American Friends Service Committee in Philadelphia." 
- Steering Committee (2007), United for Peace and Justice (representing US Campaign to End the Israeli Occupation)
Resources and articles
- Kymberlie Quong Charles, Center for Public Policy Priorities, accessed March 9, 2010.