Kimberlie Milton is a graduate of Jackson State University in Jackson, MS where she received her Bachelor’s degree in chemistry. After graduating in 2002, Ms. Milton joined the Teach for America program and began teaching at L.J. Price Middle School in Atlanta Public Schools. During this time, she completed the Mercer University Tift College of Education Master’s program with an emphasis in Middle School Education. Over the past 15 years, Ms. Milton has served in several capacities in the education management arena across the nation. From assistant principal to regional director, Ms. Milton has been committed to developing an effective learning atmosphere for colleagues, parents, and scholars.
In 2018, Claudine and Kim launched an educational consulting firm called Restore More. They help organizations build capacity with Restorative Practices, self-awareness, and Social-emotional health. To date they've worked with 7 schools and 6 partnering organizations, impacting over 1500 students and over 250 teachers. The central mission is to continue sharing wellness strategies nationwide to uplift communities of color.