Kimberly Batchelor Davis creates stories that share experiences and inspire people to think about life in a different way. In 2014, she launched her first short story — Rose and the Enchanted Seven. Since then she has published Look, Daddy! There’s a Bunny and a fictional romance trilogy. All are available on Amazon.com. Kimberly also has a blog. She has been on Brand New Mommy and the Bougie Black Girl and has published articles with Saved magazine and Mi Estilo, an online Hispanic magazine. She is a professional keynote speaker on motherhood, literacy, community civic engagement and writing.
President/CEO of The BatchelorDavis Group (event planning and outreach business strategy consultation), Kim’s a political and community activist about advocacy, literacy, history, education, and women’s issues. Kimberly served as a community ambassador for Governor Jennifer Granholm and remains active in Franklin Wright Settlements, DPTV 56 CAP Committee, S.D.C.R.L., New Leaders Council for Detroit and The National Black Public Relations Society and is the Community Relations Chair for The Elmwood Park Church of Christ.