Kim Denning is a creative Latina from Texas with over 18 years of instruction and facilitation experience and is certified in Everything DiSC and The Five Behaviors. She is a former K-12 educator and university Professor. She thrives when helping professionals achieve success and joy in their work while feeling a sense of belonging in their organizations. From the needs assessment phase to supporting teams through results attainment, Kim is committed to helping teams and organizations achieve their goals for humanistic change.
A lifelong learner and educator, Kim is a natural storyteller and weaves threads of human connection into her presentations and learning sessions. She is also a published poet and has a background in media production. She holds an MA in American History from Pace University in NYC, and a BA in History from the University of Texas at Austin. Her knowledge of systems and culture bolsters her ability to see the human relationships and connections that drive teams and organizations. She is committed to understanding the root causes of injustice and inequity to facilitate joy, healing, and beauty in the world.
When she’s not digging into historical documents or writing, she’s volunteering in her community as well as on advisory committees in her local school district, in addition to serving in Band and Basketball Booster clubs and advocating for public education in the policy arena. Outside of work and volunteer hours, you might hear her announcing the halftime show under the Friday Night Lights, or catch her playing in the dirt (A.K.A. “gardening”), making things, or playing her guitar very loudly.