Kim Ware Joins LaunchPoint Leadership Group

Monday, May 16, 2022
Kimberli Ware
Kimberli Ware

Kimberli Ware of Memphis is the new consulting associate for LaunchPoint Leadership Group.

Ms. Ware will be offering training, consulting and coaching in Leadership Development, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, and Educational Management, as well as other topics for individuals, non-profits and corporations.

Ms. Ware is a dynamic leader supporting educational institutions, small businesses and large scale enterprises as they grow to meet the needs of their students and clients.  She does this through intuitive coaching, skilled facilitation and world-class teaching techniques, said officials. Prior to joining LaunchPoint Leadership Group, Ms. Ware was a principal with Ware Consulting, a Memphis based boutique firm, and has clients across the Memphis metro-area.  Recently, Ms. Ware and her husband Tim  have expanded as franchisors of a regional food service business.  This is just another point of experience in the wide range of offerings that Ms. Ware brings to the table.

Ms. Ware is an alumna of New Memphis Leadership Academy, was named Teacher of the Year in 2013 for Shelby County Schools.  She graduated from UTC in 2001 and received her Masters in Education from Union University in 2007. As an active member of the Memphis/Shelby County area, Ms. Ware has served the community on the Board of Directors for Prism Ensemble, a music education foundation.

“I am excited that Kim has joined our team," said Ronna-Renee Jackson, CEO. "Her background and experience will enhance our leadership development offerings and expand our training topics. Kim is a life-long learner and applies new skills and techniques to ensure she is consistently exceeding client expectations.”



 

 

 


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