Mazzuca has served as the president of 10,000 Degrees since 1999. A Bay Area native and first-generation college graduate, she has dedicated her life to social justice. She brings more than two decades of executive nonprofit management and philanthropic leadership in the areas of youth development, human services, workforce development and education.
Prior to joining 10,000 Degrees, Kim served as the Associate Executive Director of Jewish Vocational Service and as Director of Rehabilitation and Special Assistant to the Founder and Director for RCH, Inc. She holds her bachelor’s and master’s degrees from San Francisco State University, is a graduate of the Stanford Graduate School of Business Program for Nonprofit Leaders where she was named a fellow in 2001, and is currently seeking her doctoral degree in Organization and Leadership at the University of San Francisco.
Mazzuca has served on numerous community boards and currently serves on the National College Access Network Board of Directors where she just completed her three-year term as Board president, is a member of the Board of Directors for the Prison University Project at San Quentin and is on the adjunct faculty of Dominican University of California, where she teaches Nonprofit Business Management.