Kimberly is a life-long Alaskan with over 25 years of experience in human services including nonprofit, education, legal, medical, and governmental entities.
I see myself as a change agent and am committed to building collaborative partnerships that use creative and innovative strategies to shape responsive human service systems.
Kimberly’s core focus in human services is to promote a professional workforce, flexible organizations, and compassionate, effective systems that meet community needs.
Kimberly’s professional experience encompasses work in family preservation and child welfare, behavioral and mental health, and developmental disability and senior services from direct support to program leadership roles.
Kimberly has a Master of Social Work from the University of Minnesota, focusing on community practice with the objective to improve the effectiveness and responsiveness of human service systems, to mobilize groups for social change, and to serve as catalysts for social justice.