Kimberly Daniels
At-Large, Group 1

Framed Portrait of Council Member Kimberly Daniels, At-Large Group 1.

Kimberly Daniels, Councilwoman, At Large, Group 1, was an All-American, World Class Sprinter in college and during her years in the military. She is a Desert Storm Veteran, committed to the vision of promoting “What it means to be an American.” She graduated from Florida State University where she obtained a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminology. Her educational efforts also awarded her a Master’s Degree in Christian Education and a Doctorate in Christian Psychology.

The Councilwoman is a pastor of two churches in Florida and an international speaker. Her ministry endeavors have opened doors for her in over 25 countries and she has authored 10 books. She is noted as a best-selling author and writes columns for one of the largest Christian magazines in the world. She also publishes alerts and newsletters to 35,000 – 40,000 subscribers periodically.

She is the founder of Operation Boomerang whereby transitional assistance is provided to convicted felons. For the past seven years she has been an influential activist on Capitol Hill for pro-life issues and matters that pertain to the sanctity of marriage. In 2006, she was invited to Washington, D.C., to be part of a committee that consulted with Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice on issues relating to the quality of life in Africa.

Councilwoman Daniels is married to Ardell Daniels and is a mother of six children. Her philosophy in life is that “Faith with hard work can make a difference in any situation…anywhere!”

Councilwoman Daniels can be reached at (904) 630-1393 or KimDaniels@coj.net
 

 

 

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