Many people in the district know Kimberly as Kimberly Nance as this was her previously married name, and the name her children held during their time in Pinellas County Schools. Kim has since remarried and is now known as Kimberly Works.
Mrs. Works is married to her husband Joshua of 4 years. Kimberly has 3 adult children ages 26, 23, and 22, all graduates of Pinellas County Schools. Kimberly is also the bonus grandmother to 4 current students within the district.
Kimberly is employed with United Healthcare as a Grievance Case Manager. Kimberly also has Six Sigma Belt Certifications in Business Administration, Project Management Essentials, and Team Supervision. Helping to find resolve to difficult issues is a part of her daily work life.
Kimberly had formerly spent time as a Instructor in the field of Cosmetology as that was her former career. Mrs. Works fully supports Trade and career courses as an alternative to college for Pinellas students.
As the parent of 2 adult sons with Autism, Kimberly has devoted years learning about different student exceptionalities. Kim was a member of the Exceptional Student Education (ESE) Committee with Pinellas County Schools as an Autism Representative for 4 years.
Kimberly understands our students individual Education Plan (IEP) processes and has assisted numerous families in Pinellas County schools with the process for their students as well as assisting them in obtaining resources for their families.
Kimberly has also served as a child advocate for 3 Pinellas County School PTAs, served as Secretary for Pinellas County Council PTA (PCCTA), and as a School Advisory Council (SAC) Chair and Vice Chair for 2 Pinellas Schools.
As SAC chair, Kimberly was able to be a part of the interview process with county administration that helped select the new Principal of a middle school during a vacancy.
Kimberly has also attended multiple annual Florida PTA trainings at Innisbrook Golf Resort to help further her education on advocacy for our children with focuses on Exceptional Student Education (ESE), Health and Safety, and Programs.
She was also chosen to be the parent representative for her children's elementary school in a countywide safety committee workshop.