Kimberly Weisul is an award-winning writer, editor, and all-around media pro, speaking frequently on entrepreneurship and women and business.
She is currently the Editor-at-Large for Inc magazine and Inc.com, where she writes feature stories, columns, and news analysis mostly (but not exclusively) about women, business, and entrepreneurship. Kimberly manages the occasional special project, mentor reporters, and frequently speaks on stage or lead discussions at events produced by Inc and others.
In 2019, Kimberly created the Fundery, the only searchable database, open to any founder, of venture funds with a mandate to invest in underrepresented founders. In 2017, she was a member of the U.S. delegation to the Global Entrepreneurship Summit in Hyderabad, India. The U.S. State Department-sponsored her for an eight-day speaking tour of Belgium and The Netherlands, addressing entrepreneurs, women, and business.
She does freelance work if it will help her learn something new, interesting, and unusual. This satisfies her inner geek. Kimberly's clients have included agencies, Fortune 100 companies, universities, and global consulting firms.
Before joining Inc., she was a senior editor at BusinessWeek, where she directed all coverage of small business and entrepreneurship and was the founding editor of a spin-off publication devoted to small business. She hired a fantastic team and won a slew of awards.
Kimberly also covered finance and technology and worked as a photo assistant for both National Geographic and commercial photographers. She is one of the few 'word' people who genuinely enjoy working with an art staff.