RK Impact is a woman- and minority-owned Philadelphia-based social impact consultancy focused on making a global impact. RK Impact strives to strengthen grassroots nonprofit and community-based organizations through capacity building, social impact measurements, and racial equity and inclusion training. We are committed to fostering social impact in immigrant-led, minority-led, and LGBTQ-led nonprofits.
RK Impact supports the nonprofit sector by donating 10% of all revenue to organizations whose missions aim to shift the social paradigm towards equity, inclusion, and belonging.
Innovation. Developing new methods for leading social change drives our decision-making processes.
Mission. We are committed to the most prominent social issues.
Passion. We work at the nexus of talent and passion and support professional evolutions and transformations.
Authenticity. We believe there is strength in creating a space that allows people to be themselves.
Compassion. Our interactions are rooted in honoring each person's and organization's journey.
Tenacity. We deliver the best service by maintaining the highest professional standards.
Founder and Chief Impact Officer
Stephanie Rivera-Kumar, founder and Chief Impact Officer of RK Impact, has more than ten years of nonprofit and public service experience, specifically in the development and implementation of strategic initiatives for diverse populations.
Stephanie is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in City and Regional Planning at the University of Pennsylvania Weitzman School of Design and holds a Master of Science in Nonprofit Leadership from the University of Pennsylvania School of Social Policy and Practice and a Master of Public Administration in International Administration and Development from the University of Texas at Arlington. She has also earned an Executive Certificate in Social Impact Strategy from the University of Pennsylvania, a professional certificate in Organizational Leadership from the Wharton School, and a certificate in Professional Fundraising from Boston University.
Stephanie is a 2022 Greater Philadelphia Social Innovation Awards Finalist, 2021 AL DÍA 40 under Forty Honoree, and in 2019 was the recipient of the University of Pennsylvania's Excellence in Social Impact Award.