About this Episode:
In her first segment with The Thoughtful Counselor, Dr. Priscilla Wilson interviews Dr. Kimberly Warfield about a class project involving student exploration and immersion into their communities to explore factors and resources that support or hinder the development of multicultural education.
Dr. Kimberly Warfield is a Mississippi native who joined the Department of Educational Resources at Jacksonville State University in 2015 and currently teaches in the Instructional Leadership Program. Prior to joining the School of Education, Dr. Warfield served as Principal from 2012-2015 and the Curriculum and Instruction Assistant Principal from 2007-2012 at Forest Hill High School in the Jackson Public School District in Jackson, MS. During her tenure there, she was actively involved in being an instructional leader, mentoring and nurturing future leaders, preparing students for academic success, and building relationships with the staff, the parents and the community members.
In addition to her administrative experience, Dr. Warfield spent several years in the classroom as a life science teacher. As an educator, Dr. Warfield is continuously seeking creative ways to foster dynamic learning environments, promote high quality instruction, and provide practical experiences and mentor future instructional leaders.
Dr. Warfield obtained her B.S. and M.S. degrees in Biology from Jackson State University in Jackson, MS and her Ed.S and Ed.D. degrees in Educational Leadership/Administration from Mississippi College in Clinton, MS.
You can email Kim at email@example.com.
The APA Citation for this Episode:
Wilson, P. (Producer). (2019, January 31). The Community Field Scan: Analyzing Communities for Resources and Support of Multicultural Education with Kimberly Warfield [Audio Podcast]. The Thoughtful Counselor. Retrieved from https://wp.me/p7R6fn-CL.