Kimberly is: a Nigerian woman –replete with Louisiana charm and an NYC-inspired sense of bravado. Warm temperatures, spicy cuisine, quality over quantity, and a sense of style are just a few of her everyday loves. For an easy in, start a conversation with Kimberly about the songs you hum in the shower, the live theater that most impacted you, or the guiltiest television pleasure you can’t live without. Kimberly brings all of these quirks to her work in education, striving to build equitable learning environments for children and the adults that model for them. Kimberly brings multifaceted expertise from leadership roles in traditional and charter public schools, higher education, nonprofits, philanthropy and corporate organizations, including roles as Vice President for Educator Success at Curriculum Associates; K-12 Education Program Officer at Walton Family Foundation; Lead K-12 Equity Consultant at Harvard Graduate School of Education and Harvard Business School’s Public Education Leadership Project; and Associate Dean, Assistant Professor of Practice, and Director of Teaching & Learning for Diversity & Child Development at Relay Graduate School of Education. Kimberly holds a dual, Distinguished Majors BA in Political and Social Thought and English from the University of Virginia, a M.S. in Teaching adolescent English from Pace University, and a doctorate in Education Leadership from Harvard.

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