Kim Wentworth is a lifelong resident of New Jersey, and has led many important grassroots efforts serving our State and related causes throughout the United States.
Her community driven pursuits are focused on four particular areas of concern, the natural environment, early childhood education, humanitarian, and primary care medical initiatives. Kim also serves as the Trustee of the Wentworth Family Charitable Funds.
Together with a group of concerned citizens Ms. Wentworth has co-founded the Friends of Jockey Hollow, supporting the first National Historical Park. She has served as a Commissioner of the Morris County Parks, which is responsible for all planning and budgeting aspects of their 18,700-acre portfolio of properties and public recreational programming, serving over 3.5 million visitors a year. In addition, Kim has served on the Open Space Trust Fund, the Board of the Trust for Public Land, and is a benefactor to Friends of Acadia National Park, GSWA, and the NRDC.
Her dedication to primary medical care has been evidenced by over 30 years supporting Morristown Medical Center’s community and the Woman’s Association, as well as the Women’s Philanthropic Council. Kim’s particular area of interest is in women’s medical care, including OB/GYN needs for underserved women in our community.
Kim actively supports early childhood education, including early intervention efforts.
Kim was also recognized for her work by Pre-School Advantage. For many years Kim served as a founding member of the Friends of the P.G. Chambers School, in Cedar Knolls, NJ. Her community responsibilities have also involved serving as a Trustee for the Delbarton Mother’s Guild and as a bereavement facilitator during the aftermath of 9/11 at the St. James Church in Basking Ridge, NJ.
Kim was an early supporter of Maggie Doyne, the CNN 2015 Hero of the Year, founder of the BlinkNow Foundation, and the Kopilla Valley Home and School in Nepal.
Kim has a B.A. in Art History from the College of New Jersey, and studied in the United Kingdom at Brighton Polytechnic.
Kim is an active conservationist and can often be found enjoying nature, hiking with her husband Finn, in and around the Northeastern US.