Kimberly Parmer is a native Atlantan with a rich and deep rooted familial and spiritual foundation. Kim's City Council District 4 appointment will bring a redefined focus on Pride, Passion, Purpose & Proactive Results. She is a proud graduate of the outstanding Frederick Douglass High School in Atlanta. There she was introduced to the engineering world and was a participant in the engineering/ math/ science magnet program. Afterward, she attended Vanderbilt University in Nashville, TN graduating with a degree in Chemical Engineering.
Kimberly’s passionate & active roles as the West End Historic District Neighborhood President, STEM summer camp and career day Speaker, one of the foundational Atlanta Beltline transit advisory committee member, and Chair of the Zoning and Land Use community demonstrates her strong leadership ability to influence change. Her professional, business and community activism career spans over 15 years. She has mastered bridging the gap in assisting communities, municipalities, government agencies, and private industries in meeting their quality of life challenges. As the next city Councilmember, she will fight for the stability, enrichment, and empowerment of the family and community structure. Kimberly believes these are the foundations to true success.