Kimberly Deneen Braxton, M. Ed. is an author, mother, teacher, entrepreneur, servant leader, consultant, and public speaker. She is passionate about helping people who are hurting and hopeless. Kimberly is no stranger to adversity. She grew up in Baltimore city in a single parent home. She has fought to overcome a painful childhood filled with parental alcoholism, rape, molestation, and various forms of abuse. As an adult, she has overcome codependent behaviors [as a result of her childhood trauma] and the loss of her marriage. She stands on her past and not in it and in doing so has allowed her to use her past as a platform. This has transformed her life. Her audience can feel her compassion and understand how God has been her source of power and healing in regards to overcoming an arduous past.
Kimberly is a proud graduate of the historic Virginia Union University in Richmond, Virginia where she was the only French major on campus during her time of matriculation. Kimberly continued her educational pursuits and earned her Master of Arts degree in Leadership in Teaching from the College of Notre Dame of Maryland (Now called Notre Dame University of Maryland). Currently, Kimberly teaches French and English as
a Second Language at an all male school in Washington, D.C.
View me speaking here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CX-YfLafSSs&t=5s