Kimberly is a North Carolina Tar Heel but has called Colorado home since 2006. She completed her bachelor’s degree in History at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill and a Master of Education at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Upon entering the education field, she discovered a passion for working with students who are differently-abled and pursued a special education generalist license through Metro State University of Denver and her behavior analysis studies through the University of Colorado-Denver. Kimberly has taught in the public schools for 14 years, primarily working with students at the secondary level. Through her work in the school setting, Kimberly has had experience with a wide range of behavorial and developmental challenges. Her behavior analysis interests include skill acquisition for independent and adaptive life skills, collaboration with other specialists and families, and environmental adaptations/manipulations. She enjoys running, reading, cooking, and volunteering. Kimberly has been a BCBA since August 2019.