Kimberly Begg is president of the Clare Boothe Luce Center for Conservative Women. An attorney with more than 25 years of experience strengthening conservative causes, her long history with the Luce Center began in the 1990s when she was a student at Rutgers University. In 1997, she attended a Luce luncheon in Washington, DC and hosted a Luce lecture on her campus the following year. Since then, she has served on Luce’s board of advisors and board of directors and has been a regular speaker to Luce’s student audiences since the 2000s.

She is the author of Unbreakable: Saints Who Inspired Saints to Moral Courage (TAN Books) and co-author of Catholic School Playbook: How truth, goodness, beauty, and the Catholic intellectual tradition are saving Catholic schools.

Kimberly has served as vice president and general counsel of Young America’s Foundation and director of programs and general counsel of the Ortner Family Foundation.

She helped found Young America’s Foundation’s Standing Up for Faith and Freedom seminar, an annual program for students at Catholic schools, in 2015.

From 2021 to 2024, she served as founding editor of Catholic School Playbook, a website documenting the best practices of thriving Catholic schools.

She serves on the board of directors of Young America’s Foundation, the board of overseers of the Dominican House of Studies, and the DC board of regents of Thomas Aquinas College.

She lives in Herndon, Virginia, with her husband, Ian, and their five children.

Contact Kimberly at [email protected].