Her work as a feminist scholar, teacher, and activist is dedicated to bringing greater public education to urgent and intersecting issues of our time—like gender-based violence, racism, homophobia, and economic and environmental injustices connected to western colonialism. Go to “The School” to learn more about her online classes and lectures in critical social theory.
Kimberly has a BA in English from Westmont College and further graduate training in counseling psychology from The Seattle School of Theology and Psychology. From 2008–2011, she was a Merit Scholar at Yale, where she graduated summa cum laude with an MA in Religion and Historical Studies. She is currently a Ph.D. student in Gender, Race, Sexuality, and Social Justice at the University of British Columbia.