Kimberly Tate (she/they/we) is a multidisciplinary embodied truth seeker, teacher, healing arts practitioner, organizer and mother based in Flatbush, Brooklyn (unceded Munsee and Canarsie Lenape land). She is the daughter of Glenda and Dennis Tate, the granddaughter of Alfred & Josefina Pacho Tate and Felipe & Rosario Alibadbad Serrano from the Eastern Visayas of the Philippines.

A trained architect practicing between disciplinary boundaries, Kimberly lives and creates, teaches, mothers and performs - to dream, to heal, to make space for grief and joy, to build kinship and belonging, to honor and restore our embodied inheritance and to recover agency in spheres we inhabit and design. Her work emerges in community through installation, performance art, workshops, care circles, natural ink making, craft and restorative embodied design pedagogy.

She has presented internationally and at The Highline, Sheila Aronson Galleries at the New School, Downtown Brooklyn Arts Festival, Common Field Convening, Brooklyn Wildlife Festival, Gibney, BAM Cafelive, Kennedy Center, Judson Church, House Dance International, Women to the Front and Insitu Site-Specific Dance Festival. She has collaborated and performed with Akim Funk Buddha, Andrew Suseno, Walang Hiya NYC and Jill Sigman Thinkdance, among others.

She is design faculty at Parsons School of Design at the New School, a K-12 design educator at the AIANY Center for Architecture, a recipient of a Tischman Environmental Design Center grant and a Create Change fellowship with The Laundromat Project.