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Kimberly Michelle Scott

Image: A headshot of an African American, caramel skin-colored female with arched eyebrows and hair pulled back in a ponytail. She is wearing a knit top, silver and crystal earrings, and a gold necklace.

Contact Kimberly: kimberly_m_scott at yahoo.com 

Kimberly Michelle Scott is from Montgomery, AL. She is a graduate of Liberty University where she attained her M. Ed. Currently, she is pursuing her Ph. D. in Education from Northcentral University. She is an emerging author with an original voice and fresh perspective. From Now until Infinity: A Reflection into Womanhood is her first poetry collection, released in 2006. Since then her follow-up book, From Infinity until Beyond: A Journey into Life, was published in 2010. Her poetry was previously published in The Penman Review. NAKED: Monologues for African American Women debuted in 2013 and recently hit walmart.com. She was honored as a Moe’s Hero for her memoir, From Victim to Victor. This memoir also appears in Amazon bestseller, HerStory, and is featured in May 2017 edition of Guidepost Magazine. As a previous freelance author, Kimberly’s articles can be found on various websites, including The Guardian. She is adding two additional books, Infiniteness and Simple Tips on Living Your Best Life, to her repertoire in Fall 2018. 

You can find Kimberly on Facebook

Kimberly is available as a source and for personal essays and opinion editorial

Additional communication availability: Phone, text, chat

Languages: English

Georgina Tomsett-Rowe

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