Kimberly Comer Mulqueen is Chief Inclusion Officer and partner with Deloitte Consulting and has been working in the Detroit office for over 25 years. She serves as the leader for Deloitte’s public hospitals practice and lead partner for services to the Veterans Health Administration. Kimberly leads significant strategic transformation and restructuring efforts with public hospitals, academic medical centers and large integrated health care delivery systems. She has served numerous clients over the years including: New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation, Jackson Health System, The Ohio State University Medical Center, Trinity Health, Catholic Healthcare West, Ascension Health, Henry Ford Health System, the Detroit Medical Center, Beth Israel Deaconess, Spectrum Health, and many others.
Kimberly is a 1979 business graduate of Michigan State University and holds a Master of International Management from Thunderbird School of Global Management in Arizona.
Kimberly has three children, Dennis, Noelle-Marie and Mariel-Christine. She is a member of Our Lady of Fatima Catholic Community, and lives in Farmington Hills. She enjoys gardening, landscaping and skiing.
Kimberly is committed to community service and is a frequent volunteer.
Her board service includes:
St. Vincent & Sarah Fisher Center – Board of Trustees Member, 2002-2006
Henry Ford Health System Community Care Board – Chair, 2003-2004
Henry Ford Health System Community Care Board – Trustee, 1999-2004
Hospice of Henry Ford Health System – Advisory Board Member, 1996-1999
Hospice of Henry Ford Health System – Nominating Committee Member, 1996-1999
Hospice of Henry Ford Health System – Philanthropy Committee Member, 1996-1999
Hospice of Henry Ford Health System – Philanthropy Committee Chair, 1997-1999
She was appointed a member of the Covenant House Michigan Board of Directors in May 2011.