Kimberley N. Tull, M.Ed.
Love Centred l Connector l Strategist l Advocate l Social Innovator
Living in a world filled with love and empathy.
Finding ways to balance the demands of life.
Creating spaces filled with music and laughter.
Making sure the candy jar is always filled.
This is what is important to Kimberley Tull.
While making sure everyone’s cup is full, Kimberley is dedicated to centring the voices of those who are marginalized, to disrupt systems that oppress and work to silence our communities.
With more than 25 years of community development, social justice, and anti-oppression, including anti-Black racism work, she is a social entrepreneur, co-founding organizations such as The (Miss)Education Project, Black Pearls Community Services, Inc., and Toronto AKA. She is a contributor to the University of Toronto Scarborough’s leadership team, serving as Director, Community & Learning Partnerships and Access Pathways.
She engages people and organizations where they’re at in their journeys, stepping into spaces with them, aiming to leave them with tools to critically self-reflect, rethinking traditional, institutional systems of power and privilege and actioning change for new ways that are rooted in values-based and anti-colonial practices. Kimberley works with people and organizations to transform their culture from one of “dealing with change” to “embracing and growing through change.”
Of the Community l From the Community l One with the Community