Kimberly's entrepreneurial spirit blossomed early when, aged five, she started her own lemonade and ice tea stand. By 15, she was interviewing celebrities for her local newspaper. While she triple majored at university, she worked as the marketing manager and on-air presenter at WVIP for television and radio innovator, Martin Stone.
At 22, Kimberly's writing and communication skills led her to become the youngest instructor to ever teach at Lehman University ("Writing For Mass Media"). She was praised for her Dead Poets Society-style of instruction and high level of achievement with the students.
During her 16+ year professional career, she has worked on several high profile projects including The VH-1 Vogue Fashion Awards, Garth Brooks Live in Central Park, and many more. She pioneered The Manhattanville Music Business Conference, was the Marketing Director for several New York City radio stations, and wrote for music magazine, The Inside Connection for more than 10 years.
On 9/11 she found herself in London, on her first business trip outside America, instead of her office two blocks away from the Twin Towers. Her dramatic experience and the kindness extended by British strangers sealed her love for the UK.
In 2004 she fulfilled a life long dream and moved to London. Shortly after, she launched a highly successful marketing and development business and now runs Sarsaparilla, a marketing purification agency which helps companies increase profits and productivity by cleansing and reinvigorating their marketing activities.
So what happened? How did Pants Man evolve? What did Kimberly learn? How can she use her 16+ years of extraordinary experiences and new marketing “purification” agency to inspire your employees and save your company money during these difficult economic times?
During her speech Kimberly reveals the answers to all of these questions and more in her unique and spirited interactive talks that are guaranteed to engage any audience.
On a more personal note Kimberly has an impressive musical history, Kimberly has sung Mozart at Carnegie Hall, danced onstage at Disney World, played flute in Disneyland's Electric Light Parade, and toured the US East Coast playing violin with the Essex County Chamber Orchestra. She has received advice from some of the greatest talents including Elaine Paige, Linda Eder, Kevin Anderson, and more.