Kim Romano joined WomanKind in August 2010 after moving back to Key West from Cambridge, MA. Kim spent 10-years as executive director of the Florida Keys Healthy Start Coalition, then went to film school in Boston and became a documentary filmmaker.
Romano, who holds a degree from Harvard University, is also the director and producer of “MURIEL,” an award-winning documentary about a Key West woman.
Cali is from New Jersey and lived in Los Angeles before moving to Key West. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Advertising Art from Seton Hall University. She was part of the International Marketing Team at Merck & Co. and worked for the Associated Students of UCLA Advertising Department.
Cali attended the National Gourmet Cookery School in New York City before moving to the Keys in 2000 to intern in the kitchen at Little Palm Island. She is a Take Stock in Children Mentor, Secretary of the Florida Keys Advisory Board for WLRN Public Radio, Secretery of the Key West Collegiate Academy High School, and a Florida Notary Public.
Ginny has been a resident of the Keys for almost 30 years. She holds a BS in nursing and an RN degree from the University of Pennsylvania and has 40 years of health care experience. Before coming to the Keys, she worked as a pediatric nurse at the Children’s Hospital of Pennsylvania and in the burn and respiratory care units at Geisinger Medical Center.
For the past 23 years, Ginny has worked in the field of women’s health. Ginny is also an accomplished musician, having sung with the Keys Chorale, Island Opera Theatre, Opera Miniatures, and the choir of the Old Stone Methodist Church.