What is it like to learn intersectional feminist scholarship?
Ryan Aiello, High School Principal
"Kimberly's work continues to resonate and impact our institution today-- more than three years after her visit. Her knowledge of the material is surpassed only by her ability to seamlessly connect with faculty and staff of all different experience levels, making the content readily accessible no matter one's background. In turn, the PD experience extends far beyond the course or training itself, as teachers develop a robust toolkit that they can then share within their departments, divisions, and courses. Our school is forever grateful for her invaluable contributions to our continued evolution and growth in the areas of equity and inclusion."
Ellen McCormick, High School Religious Studies Teacher
"I feel invigorated, excited, creative, challenged, grateful, inspired, and truly at home in my career. And when I reflect on why that it is, it is in large part because of you! Your Intersectionality class came at the most important time in my life - a time when the biggest changes of my adult life were upon me... The last two school years I spent learning from and with you about my place in the world, the language to describe my world, and the knowledge I needed to begin to make sense of my surroundings, education/beliefs, and experiences continues to bring me such richness and abundance in my classroom."
Amber Johnson, Dean of Students
"Clarity and connectedness is what I have gained through taking Kimberly’s intersectionality classes. I have spent a good deal of my life piecing together a fragmented history, and relying on my intuition and meditative knowing to guide me. I am so blessed for Kimberly’s intelligent and thoughtful guidance, she applies her teachings with compassion, warmth and honesty, unjudging and transparent…Kimberly is truly in her element. She is more than a teacher, she is family, a friend, a sister."