A Jacksonville native, Kimberly attended Bishop Kenny High School and graduated University of Florida, Public Relations.
Kimberly worked in medical sales for ten years and then left her career in 2011 to focus on family and personal interests, such as volunteering for several organizations, including HEAL. These involvements lead to her invitation to serve as executive director for the ADA’s Tour de Cure. It was there that Kimberly realized she preferred being “in the field” with the cause, rather than behind the desk for the cause. Kimberly has since not only been a volunteer for HEAL, but also been involved with Beaches Emergency Assistance Ministry, the Cummer Museum’s Very Special Arts, Challenged Athletes Fund, and Providence High School.
She resides in Jacksonville with her four children, Hannah (23), Sandon (20), Baelin (18), and Ella Rose (16).