Greene has taught within the Chapman University System since 2005, and is currently an Associate Professor at Brandman’s School of Education. She also serves as the chief educational designer and consulting technologist for Brandman’s iDEAL blended learning model. For her achievements, she was honored with the Outstanding Faculty of the Year Award in 2010.
Prior to Brandman, Kimberly joined a traveling coast of performers as a lead singer/dancer and embarked on a whirlwind tour of the world where, among many highlights, she sang for Pope John Paul II in The Vatican.
After studying performing arts at New York University, she entertained thousands as the director of entertainment for Club Med traveling from exotic vacation spot to exotic vacation spot choreographing and performing to the delight of guests young and old.
Kimberly delved into educational technology hoping to combine those skills with her performing experience and help shape the lives of students around the world. She succeeded in becoming the youngest doctor of educational technology - a first for Pepperdine University in Malibu, California.
Armed with her degree, Kimberly quickly joined forces with philanthropist and financier Michael Milken to start up Knowledge Kids Network. While there, she also conceived and oversaw a revolutionary program to educate Afghani women on basic health care following the September 11th attacks.
A globally-published author, Kimberly has written three novels for tween girls – “My Sister’s a Pop Star”, “I’m So Not a Pop Star” and the recently released “My Life on TV”. All three books will be published in the US in early 2011. She’s hard at work on the first volume of a brand new series.
Expertise: educational technology, andragogy, online and blended learning design, teacher education, professional development for educators, constructivism and curriculum design.