Kimberly Hunter is the Project Director for Mantles and Makers, home of Fab House.
She brings experience as a librarian, customer service professional, and youth education advocate.
Kimberly’s broad experience as an advocate includes serving as a houseparent for an international boarding school, a Children’s Defense Fund trainee, and several volunteer roles with The Salvation Army, The Cleveland Rape Crisis Center, and church youth groups.
Kimberly holds a B.A. in Comparative Religion from Miami University of Ohio and a Master’s Degree in Library and Information Science from Kent State University.
Kimberly’s passion for her new position is grounded in the belief that education, information, and technology should be accessible to all – regardless of age, abilities, or zip code. She is looking forward to providing support to Mantles and Makers, as well as serving the greater purpose of bringing technology to everyone.
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