About

Kimberley Black is a public speaker and an advocate of her #bpositive message initiated to help others build resilience and to promote an end to gender-based violence. Kimberley is also an educator and the founder of Video Resume Academy – a service offering courses and workshops to develop video communication skills and video resumes.

Kimberley completed a Master of Arts degree in Education through Ontario Tech University. Her thesis, entitled Using Asynchronous Video Interviews to Enhance Self-Awareness of Video Communication Skills in a Community College Setting, was nominated for the Outstanding Master’s Thesis Award in 2021.

Kimberley is an avid salsa dancer. She previously taught salsa from her home studio and hosted dance events in her community. She has also been on the roster of a Toronto talent agency for over two decades, gaining experience with on-camera auditioning and commercial acting. This motivated her to initiate a video introduction service while serving as a social media ambassador with Durham College where she taught Psychology & Business Communications.