Black Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders Alumna
Kimberly's first career was as an English teacher in the Dallas Independent School District. She taught both elementary and high school English for four years before making the move into the world of broadcast journalism. From a morning radio slot at MIX 102.9 in Dallas, she entered television as the morning show anchor for KETK-TV in Tyler. From there, she went on to Austin, were she anchored both the morning and noon newscasts for the CBS affiliate, KEYE-TV.
After Austin, it was on to Los Angeles, where she worked for E! Entertainment and then to KCBS/KCAL.
Currently, Kimberly reports for CBS 11 TV in Dallas. See a video of a portion of one of her reports elsewhere on this page.
Kimberly was born in Baltimore, Maryland but raised in Dallas and considers herself a true Texan at heart. A graduate of Bishop Dunne High School, Kimberly attended Catholic schools her entire life. She says one of the most exciting things about college life was the chance to put up her school uniform and wear her own clothes for once. Before becoming a professional broadcaster, Kimberly had the opportunity to do something that many young women across the nation have only dreamed about. As a cheerleader for the world famous Dallas Cowboys, Kimberly cheered them onto victory in Super Bowl XXVIII at Atlanta's Georgia Dome. She'll forever cherish the memory and the lifelong friends she made.