Kimberly Durón is the Assistant Director for Content Production and creates WOLA’s audiovisual content in support of active human rights campaigns, fundraising drives, and rapid response operations. She supports the Communications team in order to implement a modern and effective brand strategy across digital media channels.
Prior to joining WOLA, Kimberly worked in both digital media and film/television production primarily focused on the U.S. Hispanic/Latinx audience. While working at an L.A.-based production company, Rx Media Productions, Kimberly was a supervising producer on a NatGeo documentary about the 2016 U.S.-Cuba relations, where she documented former President Barack Obama’s historic visit to Cuba. Recently, her 2019 short film, ‘American, Too’, explored issues affecting the Central American diaspora in the U.S.
Kimberly earned her Master’s Degree in Communication, Culture and Technology from Georgetown University with a Certificate in Latin American Studies. During her time at Georgetown, she had the chance to study abroad in Santiago, Chile, where she held a communications internship at the non-profit organization, Ciudadanía Inteligente, which focuses on developing digital tools to strengthen democracies in the region.