Kimberly Fiorello is the State Director for the Charter Oak Leadership Program, collaborating with the President of Leadership Program of the Rockies to maximize the success of the Connecticut chapter. Changing our state’s culture so more folks actively choose freedom and reject force is the focus of Kimberly’s work.
Kimberly was elected in 2019 to serve as State Representative for District 149 (Greenwich, Stamford) in the Connecticut General Assembly. Before that, she was elected to the Greenwich Representative Town Meeting. She volunteers with the Collections Committee of the Greenwich Historical Society.
She has worked as a staff reporter for the Far Eastern Economic Review and the Wall Street Journal in Hong Kong, covering changes in corporate governance and shareholder activism in Asian markets. She has appeared on CNBC Asia. Before that, she was in the Analyst Training Program at Salomon Brothers.
Kimberly holds a U.S patent for a zippered storage bag she designed and made at home because she could not find what she wanted anywhere on the market. Her patent was licensed to MBI Inc and was on the market as “zippedbags.”
Born in Seoul, South Korea, and having grown up in Reston, Virginia, Kimberly attended the United States Military Academy at West Point before transferring to and graduating from Harvard College, A.B. Economics. She and her husband, Jon, live in Greenwich, CT, and have four children, two dogs, and four hens. She is a graduate of the Leadership Program of the Rockies, Class of 2019.
Faith Ham is the administrator for Charter Oak Leadership Program. Born and raised on an 1100-acre farm in central Connecticut, she and her family in Asia and the throughout the U.S. before returning to the state with her husband in 2013. She’s worn many hats over the years – advertising associate, reporter, freelance writer, middle school English teacher, wife and mom. These days her goal is to work with fellow Conservatives to restore liberty and principled leadership to her home state.
Faith graduated from Allegheny College and the University of Missouri School of Journalism. She currently serves on the board of education for Cheshire Public Schools and is involved with her church and a number of civic organizations. She is a graduate of CLP’s Class of 2020.