In Spring of 2008, Kimberly moved to Atlanta, GA and began working in the Primary classroom at Suzuki. In 2009, Kimberly was instrumental in creating Suzuki In Bloom, a funding raising event for Children’s Hospital of Atlanta and other nonprofit organizations. This quickly went from being a Primary classroom event to a school wide annual art event. After two years in the classroom, she moved into the Admissions Department where she was heavily involved with the marketing and opening of the third thirst campus at Ponce City Market. In 2014, Kimberly completed her Infant/Toddler Montessori Certification through the American Montessori Society and, in 2015, became the Director of the Buckhead Campus. Kimberly’s two girls have attended The Suzuki School since they were 3 months as well as her niece and nephew. Kimberly also serve on the Atlanta Children’s Shelter Young Professionals Board.