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Kimberlee N Campbell-Smith
Public Health Practitioner
Center for Arts in Medicine/Project Engagement Manager

Kimberlee is a decorated U.S. Army war veteran with over 15 years of professional service in health promotion programming. Focused in chronic disease management and social and emotional health conditions. She has accomplished her work through developing program design, marketing and sales strategies, operations management and evaluation of effective service delivery. Kimberlee's ability to develop and facilitate training and development opportunities, coach and consult executives, staff, community leaders and volunteers has supported her ability to further business goals. Her professional experience has taken her to various settings including managed care, clinical, government, non-profit, and education. Linking experience with the performing arts and with her work duties has allowed her to excel in public speaking, teaching, coaching and sharpening her entrepreneurial mindset.

Kimberlee holds a Bachelors of Science in Kinesiology from Temple University. Served in the U.S. Army as a Mental Health Specialist supporting Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom (2001-2005). Masters in Public Health from Florida International University. Her professional coach credentialing is from the International Coach Federation trained at Duquesne University in Pittsburgh, PA. Kimberlee recently completed the Masters of Science in Entrepreneurship program at Warrington College of Business. Class of 2017.

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