Kimberly Caldwell has been telling people what to do for about 32 years now. She’s become a master facilitator in her professional life, which is kind of like telling people what to do under the guise of collaborative thinking. Kim is using this skill to help elect progressive women to state and local offices.
A native Austinite, Kim has lived in Little Rock, Washington, D.C., and, briefly, Cape Town, South Africa. Kim enjoys not running, coffee, bourbon, good food with great friends, and Netflix. She has two children, Edie, 3 months, and Allison, 3 years, who is learning the art of telling Kim’s husband what to do.
This Thursday, Kim will tell her story of lessons learned living abroad in her piece American Export.