Kimberly (pronouns: she/they) is a professor of Psychology in the School of Liberal and Administrative Studies and the academic coordinator for general education and degree breadth electives. Kimberly obtained a Doctorate degree in Psychology from Brock University and their academic/ research interests include intergroup prejudice/ discrimination, human-animal relations, and violent offenders. Kimberly teaches a variety of psychology courses including Abnormal Psychology, Criminal Psychology, Social Psychology, and Developmental Psychology. Kimberly is passionate about social and environmental justice, and EDI allyship. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time in nature and caring for her many rescued animal friends.