JOURNALIST | SPEAKER | WIDOW WARRIOR
keynote speaker - delta sigma theta sorority, inc.
cambridge alumnae chapter founders day luncheon,
maryland, January 2019
vine & vessels - christian writing workshop facilitator
delaware, november 2018
Delaware State University, mass communications day
Keynote Speaker/panelist, March 2018
Common Ground Delaware - Guest Speaker, March 2018
New Year New You conference, durham, nc
Keynote Speaker, January 2018
ILA International Gender & Media Webinar, Presenter
Modern Widows Club Conference, Speaker - August 2017
Florida Highway Patrol Hit & Run Awareness
press conference, Speaker = February 2017
HIVE global leaders program, san francisco, Ca
Bethune Heights Breakfast for Cincinnati Chapter
of Council of Negro Women, Keynote Speaker = 2012
emceed countless community events on eastern shore
of maryland & delaware and within cincinnati and orlando.
Black Sorority Project Screening, Moderator
is a storyteller.
Professionally, she has a wealth of award-winning, journalism experience. She’s currently a morning anchor at WBOC-TV on the Eastern Shore of Maryland, Delaware, and Virginia. Prior to that position, she reported and anchored at stations in Orlando and Cincinnati. Her career began behind the scenes as an associate producer in Miami and as an intern at Bloomberg TV’s Washington, D.C. bureau.
Kimberly graduated from
Duke University and Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism. She is a member of the Alumni Council of the Sanford School of Public Policy at Duke University.
Throughout the years, Kimberly has been a mentor, volunteered with Big Brothers, Big Sisters and even been the leader of a Girl Scout Troop. She's also a proud member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.
She's had the honor of working with a talented group of women for their groundbreaking book, Widowed, But Not Wounded: The Hustle & Flow of 13 Resilient Black Widowed Women. She also published the Graceful Guide to Helping a Grieving Friend. The work stems from her personal loss of her beloved husband, Rasheed Wiggins, in 2016.
The two met at Duke University. Rasheed was killed in a horrific hit and run. She’s doing everything in her power to ensure other families don’t feel the sting of an open homicide investigation linked to hit and runs.
Kimberly launched a faith-based, retail and grief outreach organization called Still His®. She strives to help widows navigate the waters of significant loss and grief.
Kimberly teaches journalism courses at Salisbury University and the University of Maryland Eastern Shore.
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