Kimberly B. George is a Writing Doula and an entrepreneur of feminist alternative education. Her teaching focuses on critical social theory; somatic reading and writing practices; and the restorative power of play and creative processes.
She holds an MA (summa cum laude) in American Religious History from Yale University, where she was a Merit Scholar and Postgraduate Associate in Gender Equity and Policy. Prior to Yale, she did graduate study in counseling psychology at The Seattle School. She’s currently a doctoral student in Ethnic Studies at UCSD, where her scholarship focuses on embodied epistemologies as counter practices to structural violence.
Kimberly’s writing has appeared in such publications as OnBeing, The Feminist Wire, NewBlackMan (in Exile),The New Haven Register, The Washington Spectator, Feministing.com, and The OpEd Project’s ByLine Blog. She is the co-editor, with David Leonard and Wade Davis, of Football, Culture, and Power (forthcoming from Routledge fall 2016).