Phillip Kilbridge
President & CEO
Over a 20-year career, Phillip Kilbridge has excelled as a transformative leader with community-based organizations of increasing size and impact. Most recently, Kilbridge served as chief executive officer of Habitat for Humanity Greater San Francisco. During his decade-long tenure he has grown the nonprofit from revenues of $800,000 to a budget of over $16 million in 2015. Kilbridge has held a number of management positions in the social sector, including development director at the Charles River Conservancy in Boston.
Kilbridge holds an undergraduate degree from the University of California at Davis where he was captain of the men’s cross-country and track teams. He also earned a graduate degree in Higher Education from Colorado State University where he worked as a ropes course facilitator. He is a graduate of the Coro Fellows Program and an alumnus of the Outward Bound program in Washington’s Northern Cascades.
Kilbridge lives in San Francisco with his wife and two sons, both students at Miraloma Elementary School, a proud NatureBridge partner. Kilbridge coaches youth soccer and is on a quest to visit all 58 of the U.S. National Parks with 26 left to experience.