Kimberlee Armstrong, Ed.D.



Dr. Kimberlee Armstrong, author of Intersectional Leadership:  Strategies for Building Resilient Workforces,  began her educational career as a public school teacher in the Puyallup School District (WA) and has since devoted over two decades to various roles in elementary, middle, and high schools, with a focus on leading and supporting staff. She currently serves as Deputy Superintendent in Evergreen Public Schools (Clark County). Dr. Armstrong's previous roles include cabinet-level Chief Academic Officer in Portland Public Schools, Executive Director of Equity and Public Relations in Edmonds School District (WA), Assistant Superintendent in Tamalpais Union High School District (CA), and Associate Superintendent in Santa Rosa City Schools (CA). Her leadership journey includes serving as principal at Kenmore Junior High and later at Mount Miguel High School (CA).

Dr. Armstrong earned her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Communication from California State University East Bay, Masters in Business Administration from City University of Seattle and later obtained a Doctor of Education Degree in Educational Leadership and Policy Studies with a Washington State Superintendent Certification from the University of Washington.

With a steadfast dedication to learning and liberation, Dr. Armstrong is actively involved in community service and academic enhancement. Her commitment to service is evident through her membership in Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Reaching At-Promise Students Association, and Warner Pacific University.

As a first-generation college student who attended Abraham Lincoln High School and City College of San Francisco, Dr. Armstrong is passionate about promoting advancement, nurturing a growth mindset, and developing resilient workforces for employees across the United States. Inspired by her own experiences, she is determined to create an environment that is adaptable, supportive, and empowers individuals to thrive as their authentic selves.