Kimberly B. George is a feminist ethnic studies scholar, writer, and education consultant. Her teaching methods combine rigorous social theory analysis with contemplative-creative methods of knowing.

She offers Writing Wellness Workshops to help graduate students and scholars de-institutionalize their writing process and reclaim the role of the body, play, and the unconscious in their creative process.

She also offers a Feminist Social Theory 4-month course for K-12 teachers to explore issues of identity, gender, race, trauma, and social justice, which she co-leads with psychodynamic therapist Karen O’Connell.

She holds an MA in American Religious History from Yale and is currently a PhD student in Ethnic Studies at UCSD. She has written for OnBeingThe Feminist Wire, NewBlackMan (in Exile)The New Haven Register, The Washington Spectator, and, among others. She is the co-editor, with David Leonard and Wade Davis, of Football, Culture, and Power (Routledge, 2016).