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Division Spotlight: Kimberly Gertner

Posted by: Jennifer Stevens | September 2, 2014 | No Comment |


Kimberly Gertner, Human Relations and Minority Affairs

Briefly describe your role.

I am the Director of the Office of Human Relations & Minority Affairs. As the Director, some of my responsibilities include serving as the College’s EEO Officer, Title IX Coordinator and ADA Coordinator.

How long have you been working at the College?

I joined the team in April of 2013.

What do you like most about your job?

I am happy to have the amazing opportunity to serve my alma mater and meaningfully contribute to the College through effective service and strong collaborations with exceptional employees from all divisions of the College.

What are some of your favorite memories from the College?

My favorite memory is my graduation day. I remember sitting on the stage in the Cistern one sunny May day, watching the eager faces of families, friends and my fellow students who were so elegantly dressed in white dresses and jackets, feeling the excitement and anticipation of the future in the air, enjoying the beauty of the moss draped old oaks and red geraniums and listening to President Sanders whose wisdom I would benefit from again later in life as he became one of the founding members of my law school, the Charleston School of Law.

What are your hobbies and interests?

I enjoy spending time with my family, especially my daughter, Elizabeth Ann, who is growing-up so quickly, fishing with my husband, Raymond, creating my own secret garden with plants that I have collected from across the State, and playing ball with my Chocolate Labrador Retriever, Sadie Pretty Lady.

What is something that your colleagues would be surprised to learn about you?

Something that my co-workers may be surprised to learn about me is that I am an avid gardener, a home improvement aficionado, and treasure hunter at estate sales.

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