Ms. Humphrey works for an Engineering and IT company. She leads a team of highly trained personnel to carry out their mission of aiding and equipping the U.S. Naval forces.
She was in the Navy for ten years, joined at 17, stationed on three different ships, the USS Merrimack, USS Samuel Gompers, and finally the USS Abraham Lincoln.
After the Navy, Kimberly held a few jobs, waitress, bank teller, factory worker, and special education teacher. She received her bachelors in communications from Paul Quinn College, the only HBCU in Dallas.
Kimberly chose to pursue a Doctorate in Management Organizational Leadership because it will help her to grow the teen non-profit organization that she founded.
She authored a book called ‘Dear Black Men: I Love You’ and is currently writing her second book.
Foster Parent 2010-Present
Soccer coach for the Goose Creek Recreation Center-2014
Band parent for South Carolina State University Marching 101 Band 2013
Goose Creek High School Band Booster Club Vice President -2009-2011
Vice President/Program Coordinator/Public Relations for Strong Arms COGIC youth programs /program and brochure creator-2004-2007
Management Committee for Louisiana State University at Alexandria-2003-2004
D F Huddle Elementary School-Parent-Teacher Association President – 2002-2003
Public Relations for Louisiana State University at Alexandria-2003
Radio DJ for USS Abraham Lincoln CVN-72-West Pac of 1995
Education DBA: (In process) (Management Organizational Leadership), University of Phoenix-Present
DBA Dissertation: (Subject to change), Teaching Pregnant Teenage Female’s in Modern Society
MBA: (Business Administration), University of Phoenix- 2012
MBA Thesis: (Business Plan), The Kimberly Humphrey Organization is a nonprofit organization that promotes wellness, safety, and guidance for pregnant teenage females.
BA: (Communication and Journalism), Paul Quinn College -2007
Toyia Tucker—Columbus, Georgia SubChapter Director
Toyia Tucker is a native of Columbus, GA. The essence of her life’s journey has been to serve people by volunteering and mentoring. She joined the United States Air Force on March 19, 1997 and medically retired in September of 2009 after 12 years of active duty service. She was stationed at Langley AFB in Hampton, VA; Gunter AFB in Montgomery, AL; Patch Barracks in Stuttgart, Germany; and Elmendorf AFB in Anchorage, AK.
In March of 2010, Toyia returned to Gunter AFB to start her new career as Systems Administrator for the Military Entrance Processing Station (MEPS). While at the MEPS, the accessibility to aid so many teenagers with their military career path helped determine her next career goal of working in the non-profit field to help mentor teens. In 2014, she received her bachelors in psychology from the University of Phoenix.
Toyia Tucker currently works for Martin Army Community Hospital on Ft Benning located in Columbus, GA. She manages all telecommunications for the hospital and outside clinics. Along with her full-time job in telecommunications, she is also an active board member for The Family Center of Columbus, which provides services to both children and adults via programs such as Big Brother Big Sisters and Family Counseling.
Bachelor of Science in Psychology – October 12, 2014
Associates, Information Resource Management, Community College of the Air Force 2006
CompTIA A+ Certified Professional, Anchorage, AK November 2009
Carver High School, Columbus, GA 1996