Kim Normand Dobrin

Kim Normand Dobrin has been in the non-profit world for over 25 years. Her focus has always been in Human Rights and Education working across sectors to create sustainable impact. She has been part of many successful ventures and organisations. Representing Survivors of the Shoah Visual History Foundation Institute – Formed by Steven Spielberg in South Africa; Founding Director of The Apartheid Museum in Johannesburg; Sat on Human Rights commission for Education; Founder/CEO of Tolerance Foundation teaching over 70 000 school children life skills using history as the vehicle i.e. Apartheid, Holocaust, Rwanda, Kosovo.

Dobrin founded The Tomorrow Trust focussing to provide additional academic support to children in school (Grade R to Grade 12) via the Tomorrow Trust’s Holiday and Saturday School Programmes as well as supporting tertiary aspirations via our Post-Secondary Programme taking each individual into the work force to be released finally from charity.

Dobrin is an Ashoka Fellow and has studied at Harvard Kennedy School of International Studies. Kim is the Founder/Executive Director of the Tomorrow Trust. A highly credible non-profit supporting orphan and vulnerable children and youth with integrated education and holistic support. This breaks generational poverty tapping into each individual’s potential to become self-supporting and self-sustainable. She is known for her passion, commitment and love for children and the belief that each one of us has the ability to tap into our potential to become great.