Kymberly was born in Kansas City, Missouri, but while still a child, her family moved to Plant City, Florida where Kymberly grew up and still resides.
After graduating from the University of South Florida Magna Cum Laude with a BA in Political Science, Kymberly decided to pursue her ultimate goal of becoming an attorney.
While a student at Western Michigan University Thomas M. Cooley Law School, Kymberly worked as a graduate assistant in Cooley’s Academic Resource Center where she enjoyed helping other students work toward their goals and find the tools they needed to be successful. She was also member of Phi Delta Phi’s Castor Inn, a Secretary of the Moot Court Board, an Associate Editor for the WMU-Thomas M. Cooley Law School Journal of Practical and Clinical Law, and a Teaching Assistant for Appellate Advocacy (a prerequisite for students seeking to be members of the Moot Court Board).
In addition to these academic organizations, Kymberly was the Secretary for the Christian Legal Society, a member of the Native American Law Student Association, participated in events for the Hispanic Organization of Legal Advocates, and served as an advocate and President of the WMU-Thomas M. Cooley Law School LGBTQA for the Tampa Bay Campus. Kymberly received her Juris Doctorate Degree Cum Laude in April 2016 and was honored with Cooley’s Leadership Achievement Award.
While a law clerk at William S. Foley, PA, where she began working just prior to graduating from law school, Kymberly began studying for the July 2016 Florida Bar. Kymberly passed the Florida Bar and, accomplishing her dream, became a licensed attorney and is now an Associate Attorney at William S. Foley, PA.
In the practice of Family Law, Kymberly brings to the table a compassion for people and an understanding that different clients have different needs and come from all different walks of life. Most of all, she enjoys using her talents to make a difference in the lives of others, in often difficult times, by helping them navigate through the waters of life and the changes that it brings to us all.
When not doing “law things,” Kymberly enjoys going to Disney World (she is an Annual Pass Holder) and spending time there with family and friends (and she spends a lot of time there, sometimes the cast members recognize her). Kymberly is a member of the Queen International Fan Club (there is a membership card and everything) and loves them so much that she named her Standard Poodle “Freddie” after Freddie Mercury.