Kimberly Kamara was born and raised in Mt. Airy in the city of Philadelphia. Kimberly always had a great support system but fought against it every chance she got because of her own demons she was fighting within herself. These demons would cause her to make impractical decisions based upon her wanting to have fun all of the time to hide the pain she felt within.
It wasn’t until Kimberly became a mother and realized her outlook on life had to change so she decided to return back to school and complete her Bachelor’s Degree within the Human Service field. Kimberly is the founder of a Nonprofit organization referred to as Never Ending E~Motions aka NEEM which is an online community to assist people with dealing with grief, pain, and other emotions that he/ she feels of losing a loved one or friend. The organization also focuses on young men trying to reform from gang life and conform to the rules of society. We also assist them with employment, job seeking skills, and employment essentials.
This includes resume writing, first impressions, language to use, and dressing for success.
“ Where’s My Daddy”, is Kimberly’s first book which is dear to her heart. This book is primarily for fatherless children in hopes to begin a positive dialogue for the child and their families to begin to heal together.