Specialties of knowledge include,
Travel and Tourism
Early Childhood Education
Drawing and painting, reading, journaling, social media.
Kim has an autistic child and decided to learn something more about teaching those with special needs.
First year out of high school, attended SCCC for one year, with a major in Travel and Tourism.
Kimberly has a lot of experiences working with people, and she looks to find the humor in may situations. She has many funny stories still to tell about the people she's met on her life's journey thus far.
Kimberly is the mom of two teenage girls. Her oldest is 15 and attends an Academic Magnet School of the Arts, majoring in music. She definitely acquired her love of the arts, in all forms, from her mother.
Kim's youngest daughter, who is now 14, is autistic, and also the light of her mom's life. Wanting to learn more about how her daughter learned and processed information is what got Kimberly involved in going back to school herself, via online classes through Kaplan University. Kim majored in Early Childhood Education and learned a lot of crucial information on autism. Kim's daughter used to be a non-verbal little girl, now she's a bubbly teenager who is verbal (when she chooses to be) and learning more every day.
Two years educational experience in early childhood education.
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