Kimberley is a licensed social worker, Community Activist, Change Agent, and Mother who works toward making equitable changes for Brookline’s most underserved communities. Kimberley volunteers to serve on various boards and commissions in Brookline and shares her voice, providing the needed representation to ensure that the BIPOC community has a seat at the table. Kimberley’s work to advance racial justice and equity raises the voices of those who are struggling in the Brookline community and ensures they are reflected in the decisions and direction of the Town. Most of her attention is focused on the Boston Housing Authority community where she resides, home to many of the most marginalized people in Brookline. While a single mother of eight children living in public housing. Kimberley earned both her Bachelors in Criminal Justice and her Masters in Social Work.