KITH Chief Impact Officer
"Set your tone"
Sharifa Murdock is a Caribbean-American fashion, business, and lifestyle expert. She currently serves as Chief Impact Officer at Kith, where she spearheads the brand’s diversity and social impact initiatives, and oversees the company's in-house non-profit, The Kinnect Foundation. Prior to her role at Kith, Murdock worked her way through the trade show circuit. Alongside her mentor, fashion mogul Sam Ben-Avraham, she co-founded premier fashion industry events Liberty Fairs and PROJECT, earning her the distinction of being the first Black woman to own a fashion trade show. Her previous philanthropic work includes The Brooklyn Intern, which was designed to provide opportunities within the fashion industry to young creatives, as well as board positions with Africa Health Now and the Black In Fashion Council. She also serves as Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer of ENVSN, which champions the professional and personal development of tomorrow's leaders through access to robust experiences and interactive networks.