Our Team

Kim Klein


Kim Klein entered the non-profit sector in 1991 and has never looked back.  Up until the first of this year she served as the executive director of the Oxmoor Farm Foundation, helping to bring awareness to programming and build new opportunities. She led funding efforts to acknowledge and restore four original slave dwellings on the property.  Previously, her extensive background in development, strategic planning, and marketing took her to Florentine Films, where she worked nationally with noted documentary filmmaker Ken Burns.  She helped establish and served as the executive director of The Better Angels Society (TBAS), a non-profit organization created to attract financial support from individual donors and family foundations for the high-quality documentary films that introduce current and future generations of Americans to their history.

Prior to joining TBAS, Kim worked in education and served as major gift officer for special initiatives at Hampshire College, where she coordinated fundraising efforts for the completion of the Liebling Center for Film, Photography and Video.  Hampshire introduced her to the Florentine Films family as she worked closely with various filmmakers and their associates on the Liebling Center.