Kimberly (she/her) is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, specializing in trauma and grief/loss. Her expertise as a social worker is helpful for her role as Senior Project Coordinator, where she is primarily responsible for the creation of trauma-informed services for the community, transformative policy, shared safety and trust, and promotion of community dialogue around healing and trauma.
Kimberly’s clinical knowledge, experience, and skills are integral to the mission of RSSC, ensuring that individuals that have been impacted by trauma in South Stockton are genuinely represented. As a prominent advocate for cultural sensitivity, emotional wellness, public health, mental health, and social innovation in Stockton, her work enables residents and stakeholders to have decision-making power in structural change for equity and access to emotional wellness. Kimberley has worked with numerous local community organizations, including the Urban Chamber of Commerce and American League of Civil Liberties, and serves on the Stockton Planning Commission. Her private practice firm, Kimberly Warmsley’s Therapeutic and Trauma Services, has provided low-cost and free clinical services for marginalized communities in and around Stockton.
Kimberly earned her Bachelor’s degree in Sociology and Master’s degree in Social Work from CSU Stanislaus. She is currently working on her Ph.D. in Social Change and Innovation at the University of Southern California. Kimberly enjoys long walks and baking in her spare time, and really enjoys tacos.