About Kimberly Dey

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Kimberly Dey is the President of Renaissance Property Associates, a firm comprised of property management specialists that manage a diverse portfolio of commercial and residential properties in Oyster Bay, New York. Kimberly was appointed President in September 2016.

Kimberly Dey is also the Vice President of the Charles B. Wang International Foundation, her father’s private charitable organization for children and cross-cultural affairs. As VP, Kimberly spearheaded support programs for ASSETS School, Central Union Pre-school, Punahou School, Kapiolani Medical Center, Le Jardin Academy, the Boys and Girls Club of Hawaii, as well the as Special Olympics Hawaii. One of her biggest achievements is serving as Chairperson of the Le Jardin Board of Trustees, where she led a $20 million school expansion.

Before her current role as the president of Renaissance Property Associates, Kimberly Dey was Chief Executive Officer of Crowd Source Creatives, a firm that utilizes technology to find designers from around the world for any individual, organization or company’s graphic design project. CSC has licensed its technology to companies that include Athlete Originals, LLC and Artist Originals, LLC, as well as AdTournament.com. Kimberly launched AdTournament.com in 2010 as a solution for the business marketing and design needs.

Kimberly Dey is also Board Member of the Hawaii Community Foundation, Kapiolani Hospital Foundation, and the Mid-Pacific Institute, a school focused on engaging children to question, inquire, and imagine.

Kimberly is deeply passionate about children, education, and health, and her role in her local community and professional capacities reflect that. Because of her work and contributions, she was awarded the Pacific Business News’ 40 Under 40 award and a finalist in the Pacific Business News’ Women Who Mean Business. Outside the office, Kimberly Dey is a World Champion Amateur Hunter Rider for two consecutive years and the first Asian American to win the honor.