About

RESULTS ONE is a minority and woman-owned consultant firm based in the District of Columbia. RESULTS ONE’s principals have more than 25 years of experience in the corporate and legal fields. RESULTS ONE is committed to delivering high-quality Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion training, digital accessibility testing and training, mediation services, and Disability Inclusion consulting. In addition, we provide customized training that is tailored to your needs and your industry.

Our team consists of industry professionals that understand issues impacting you from the Boardroom to the Courtroom. Schedule a thirty-minute consultation now at meetwithkimalfonso.com . Contact us so that we can get you the RESULTS you need

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DUNS NUMBER: 081040611  CAGE CODE: 84X96
FEDERAL TAX ID:  82-3847485

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Meet Our Team

Kim Alfonso, MBA

Co-Founder & CEO

Kim Greenfield Alfonso is a co-founder and Chief Executive Officer of Results One LLC. Kim brings over 30 years of experience and knowledge in working with public, private, state, and local governments in the Washington, DC Region. After a successful career in the nonprofit and corporate arena, Kim knows that a diverse workforce is critical to the success of all organizations, and diversity and inclusion are the cornerstones of a productive environment. In addition, Kim has extensive experience working with people with disabilities and is an expert in the disability and accessibility arena.

Kim obtained both a Bachelor’s in Economics from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and a Master’s degree in Business Administration (MBA) from Northwestern University’s J.L. Kellogg Graduate School of Management.

Kim is involved in working on transformative initiatives in Washington, DC, and is currently a board member of the Greater Washington Black Chamber of Commerce, Chair of the Engagement Advisory Board for Washington Gas, and serves on the DC Water Business Diversity and Inclusion Advisory Council. In addition, Kim serves on the Leadership Council for the National Small Business Association and the DC Women’s Business Center Advisory Board. 

DC Mayor Muriel Bowser also appointed Kim to serve as Chair of Small Business and Personal Services for the Mayor’s Re-Opening DC Advisory Group and selected by the Mayor to serve as Co-Chair of Age-Friendly DC, a committee dedicated to making Washington, DC a livable community for people of all ages. 

A strong proponent of the disability community, she was selected as one of the “Women Who Mean Business” by the Washington Business Journal in 2014 and received the Mayor’s Washington Women of Excellence Award in Leadership in 2015. In 2020, Kim was recognized in the Executive Profile section of the Washington Business Journal. 

Cherlyn Freeman-Watkins, Esq.

Co-Founder & President

Cherlyn Freeman-Watkins, is an attorney specializing in litigation. Her areas of concentration are adult and juvenile criminal defense, civil and family law. Cherlyn is a member of the District of Columbia and State of Maryland Bar Associations. She is also certified mediation counselor in Title 7 – EEOC employment matters. She works with corporations, non-profit organizations and state and local   governments to provide prevention of workplace harassment training to employees and management.  Cherlyn focuses on Harassment Prevention and Awareness (sexual harassment, hostile workplace, bullying) and Diversity and Sensitivity Training designed to enable employees to embrace diversity in the workplace through understanding and respecting other’s differences and increasing awareness of tolerance and sensitivity.


Cherlyn is a graduate of Virginia Commonwealth University and Howard University School of Law. She was awarded the post-graduate Walter Kaitz Fellowship with Times Mirror in Southern California. The fellowship, given by the Walter Katiz Foundation, promotes inclusion and participation of women and men of color in the cable television industry. Since its inception, Cherlyn Has been a full U.S. Panel Member under the Criminal Justice Act, appointed by the District of Columbia Court of Appeals. Cherlyn is a current board member of Dress for Success D.C.