Kimberly Alexandra Portillo


Kimberly Alexandra Portillo is our receptionist. She greets clients, forwards calls, and assists with client intakes. Though she was born in Los Angeles, Kimberly is a lifelong Oakland resident. She earned her Associate Degree at Heald College, and is currently pursuing a BA in Criminal Justice from Brandman University. Before joining the Pacific Workers’ team, she worked in customer service and administration. She is passionate about advocating for youths in the criminal justice system. Kimberly continues to live in Oakland, where she spends time with her family and her fiancé, walking on the beach, hiking, and exploring different cities. Kimberly is fluent in Spanish.

Education: Heald College, A.A., Criminal Justice, 2011

Brandman University, B.A., Criminal Justice, in-progress

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