Kimberline Clark is a doctoral student and licensed Speech Language Pathologist. She has practiced in public schools, private practice, and early intervention for over 17 years. Kimberline has worked diligently to improve the communication needs of children diagnosed with speech and language disorders, as well as children vulnerable to delays stemming from economic and/or various environmental factors.
Kimberline earned her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Speech and Language Pathology from the University of Florida in Gainesville, Florida, and recently, her specialist degree in Special Education from the School of Teacher Education at Florida State University in Tallahassee, Florida. Her research interests include language and literacy development in preschool to school-age children, providing collaborative professional development opportunities to assist paraeducators, speech-language pathology assistants, and families in effective ways to improve vocabulary, language, and literacy skills in children, while at school and at home. In her spare time, Kimberline enjoys spending time with her husband and five children, participating in outreach ministry through their church, traveling, exploring authentic cuisines, and “successful” gardening.