Professionally, Kimberly has a wealth of award-winning, journalism experience. She’s currently a morning anchor at WBOC-TV in Salisbury, Maryland. 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.
Her work has been recognized by the Emmy Awards, the Associated Press, the Religion Newswriters Association, and the National Association of Black Journalists. Kimberly has also taught journalism courses at Salisbury University and at the University of Maryland Eastern Shore.
Kimberly graduated from Duke University and Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism. She served on the Alumni Council of the Sanford School for 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.
Kimberly has 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.
Kimberly has delivered several keynote speeches based on grief, resilience and perseverance. The work stems from the loss of her beloved first husband, Rasheed Wiggins.
The two met when Kimberly was a freshman and Rasheed was a senior at Duke University. Rasheed was killed in a horrific hit and run in Florida in 2016. The loss led her to launch a faith-based, grief outreach organization called Still His®, which strives to help widows navigate the waters of significant loss and grief.
Kimberly remarried in 2020 to Darian Iverson, an incredible man. She is beyond grateful God gave her a second chance at life and love and takes no second with him for granted! The couple is raising their daughter to be empathetic, bold, smart and adventurous. Darian, Kimberly, Kiran and their dog, Lola, love spending time with family, cooking, baking, fitness, travel, and reading.