Meet Kimberly A. Morrow, M.Ed.
Kimberly A. Morrow, Advocate, Author, and Educator
Author, Educator, and Speaker "Kimberly A. Morrow is on a mission to empower parents to become better advocates for their children. Parents often are confronted with issues of not knowing essential study skills for children, technology, preparing their child for college, and tackling their child's learning deficiencies, and more. " Sheen Magazine, Kristyn Harris, 12/20/2018.
Kimberly A. Morrow has 13 years of experience as a classroom teacher and 10 years of experience as a school site administrator. She is also the author of 8 Pearls of Wisdom A Parenting Guide: Empowering Children is the Way to Go! Ms. Morrow earned a B.A. in History from Morris Brown College as well as Ed. M. in Teaching and Curriculum from Harvard Graduate School of Education. Throughout her career as an educator, Kimberly has advocated for student equity inside and beyond the classroom.
Kimberly founded Doris L. Morrow Academy, a Public School Satellite Program in 2020 during the global pandemic to address the needs of parents and students of color from marginalized communities.
In addition, to running a school she is working on her upcoming novel Count it All Joy, which focuses on a multi-generational family of women as they navigate their way through a pandemic and racial reckoning. The book will be published through her publishing company, K.A.M.'s Publishing Company, LLC founded in 2018.