Principal Dr. Kimberly Mack
Upon graduating from Miami University with a Bachelor’s degree in Professional Writing and a Master’s degree in Teaching, Dr. Kimberly Mack wanted to use her abilities to help children. She returned to college to pursue a Master’s degree in Education and administrative certification at the University of Cincinnati. She also holds credentials through the University of Virginia and Xavier University.
In 2016, she earned a Doctorate of Education degree in Urban Education Leadership from the University of Cincinnati.
She began her education career teaching junior high and high school English in Hamilton City Schools. She joined Cincinnati Public Schools in 2001 as an assistant principal, serving at Oyler School, John P. Parker School and the Academy of World Languages. She also has served CPS as a principal coach. Under her leadership, John P. Parker School’s innovative approach to educating children has been featured in many news media outlets, including an NBC Today Show’s Education Nation segment, which highlighted Parker’s innovative programming related to community engagement in tutoring efforts to promote the nurturing of children from cradle-to-career.
Dr. Mack has received many accolades for her work with children. She was honored as a finalist for the Dr. Lawrence C. Hawkins Educator of the Year Award, awarded the Butler County YWCA Outstanding Woman of Achievement Award, and received proclamations from local governments for her work with children and families.