Kimberly’s work will be focused on enhancing Flamboyan’s analytics, data platforms, and diagnostic tools with the goal of elevating our Effective Family Engagement programs. Kimberly is committed to her work in education, believing that access to quality, no-cost education — regardless of race, home language, ability, or socio-economic status — is the great equalizer.
Prior to joining the Flamboyan, she spent six years working for the New York City Department of Education both as the Middle School Data Analytics Manager and the Borough of Manhattan Enrollment Project Manager. Most recently, she served as the Family Engagement Coordinator with Alexandria City Public Schools where she was able to support families across the division through the development of Title 1 Parent Liaisons.
Outside of Flamboyan, Kimberly enjoys baking, going through old cookbooks, and trying new recipes. She also enjoys tutoring and mentoring with organizations including the YMCA, Boys and Girls Club, and The Fresh Air Fund. Connect with Kimberly on LinkedIn.
Who was your favorite teacher in school? Dr. Jeffery Chapman, he was my graduate school microeconomics teacher. He was a funny, brilliant, and highly skilled economist who taught me to have a critical eye when developing and implementing public policy.