Kimberly Batchelor Davis is energized by the written word along with community and political activism. “We live by faith, not by sight”2nd Corinthians Ch.5 verse 7 is one of Kimberly’s favorite scriptures. It reminds us to continue to put our faith in God instead of ourselves. She was reminded of this lesson after the devastating 9/11 attacks and her journey was reinvigorated. Kimberly realized that something was missing from her life and it was writing. “I had to have a purpose and it wasn’t just about making money, I had to give back in some way—I just didn’t know how.” Since then she has not looked back. She lives this in creating stories and worlds. Recently, she debuted her first short story entitled Rose and the Enchanted Seven and it’s available on Amazon.com. She is working on another children’s book titled, Look Daddy there’s a Bunny and a fictional romantic trilogy beginning with book one, Escape to Paradise.
Kimberly, also blogs about her bout of post partum depression, motherhood and writing. She has been featured on the Brand New Mommy and the Bougie Black Girl. She has published articles with Saved magazine and Mi Estilo, an online Hispanic magazine. Kimberly speaks professionally on issues that she’s passionate about, which include motherhood, community civic engagement and writing. She is an event planner with over ten years’ experience working with groups such as The American Cancer Society, The Detroit Recovery Project, Urban Neighborhood Centers, Franklin Wright Settlements, Community Energy Solutions, SchoolCraft College, The Honorable State Representative Fred Durhal and The Harriet Tubman Center.
Kimberly has held several leadership positions with the Detroit Regional Chamber, American Cancer Society, Latin Americans for Social and Economic Development and the City of Detroit. Currently, Kimberly Batchelor Davis, President/CEO of The BatchelorDavis Group provides expertise event planning and execution, fundraising and business strategy consultation.
Kimberly has been active in politics for over 25 years. She’s a precinct delegate and community activist, who is passionate about history, education, and women’s issues. Kimberly served as a community ambassador for Governor Jennifer Granholm. She actively supports Franklin Wright Settlements, DPTV 56 CAP Committee, The Detroit River Project, S.D.C.R.L., New Leaders Council for Detroit and The National Black Public Relations Society through volunteerism and fundraising. Kimberly is the Community Relations Chair for her spiritual home, The Elmwood Park Church of Christ.
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