You can listen to audio version of the podcast above (or via iTunes), or you can view the video version below. Kim Moistner-Bartlett sat down with us and talked about developing leaders and leadership skills in the higher education world.
Kim is an individual who is passionate about developing leadership in higher education, and specifically in student affairs and with student leaders. She has blended her experiences in business and higher education administration to create Kimembee, a leadership development company.
She has held numerous professional roles including Assistant Dean for the First Year Experience, Director of the First Year Experience, Assistant Director of Residence Life, Area Coordinator and Residence Hall Director. She’s worked at a variety of universities including The University of Southern Mississippi, Temple University, the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, Ball State University, Philadelphia University and the University of Wisconsin-Stout.
She has received state and regional awards for her innovative presentations, most notably in the area of customer service within higher education. She has instructed on-line courses on this topic for Student Affairs.com and Reslife.net.
Kim is also the author of “What if?” a weekly blog which challenges leaders and professionals to think outside of the box and be the best that they can be. Her blog is featured on Reslife.Net and Kimembee.com.
Interviewing Kim today is Melynda Davis, the Assistant Director for Residence Life at the Summit at Queens College in Flushing, New York.