Kimberly Boer grew up in Lauderdale County, Tennessee.
Upon graduating from Halls High School in 2003, she entered the workforce as an Administrative Assistant with hopes of entering the bookkeeping field. Kimberly has over 10 years experience in the administrative field with more than 5 years experience in the bookkeeping industry. She has experience in a wide variety of businesses. She has worked for family-owned businesses to national companies as well.
Kimberly has a passion for art and music. Her passion does not stop there. She also enjoys spending time with her family and friends. Kimberly also enjoys reading, where she is known to be able to sit down and read an entire book in one day. Some of her favorite books include, but are not limited to, To Kill a Mockingbird written by Harper Lee and Cold Sassy Tree written by Olive Ann Burns.
Kimberly has spent some of her time giving back to her community by volunteering her time at a local Carl Perkins Center, to help children of all ages in need. Not only does Kimberly feel the need to give back to her community, but also stresses the importance of value you get back in return.
Kimberly is a native resident of Lauderdale County and also dabbles in speaking Choctaw with her best friend.