Kimberly Nash Alexander, a native Charlottean, is the “Leading Lady” of The Park Church, where she also serves as the leader for the Women’s Ministry: Daughters of Divine Destiny. She has been a part of the church since 1993 and feels, “The Park is a community where I continue to grow in my personal relationship with Christ alongside others who desire to grow and hold me accountable. Together we spur one another on toward love and good deeds not forsaking our own assembling.”
She received her BS in Speech Language Pathology from the University of North Carolina-Greensboro, her Master’s in Speech Language Pathology from The George Washington University in Washington, DC and her Doctorate of Philosophy from Omega Graduate School in Dayton, Tennessee.
Dr. Alexander provides assessment and treatment of vocal problems for professional voice users, specializing in vocal care for clergy. She also teaches a graduate course on Advanced Communications at Omega Graduate School in Dayton, Tennessee.
Dr. Alexander is currently a recommended mentor by Dr. Alicia Britt Chole as part of the Leadership Investment Intensive Program. She devotes herself to mentoring women in leadership both in the marketplace and the church, focusing on spiritual formation. Dr. Alexander enjoys reading, running, cycling and cooking, and her favorite books other than the Bible include Anonymous by Dr. Alicia Britt Chole, Redeeming Love by Francine Rivers and Emotionally Healthy Spirituality and Emotionally Healthy Woman by Peter and Geri Scazzero.
She serves on the board of Fashion and Compassion, a non-profit, jewelry & accessories brand seeking to connect caring consumers with vulnerable artisans to increase awareness to injustice and bring dignity through economic empowerment. She also develops resources for LegacyWise and serve on their board.
She enjoys sharing life and love with Bishop Claude Richard Alexander, Jr. and they have two children: Camryn Rene Alexander and Carsyn Richelle Alexander.
Her life mission is to empower women to live in the fullness of their relationship with Christ, inspire those who share the gospel to understand the value of stewardship of their voices and impact the world by living authentically and abundantly.
“And whatsoever you do in word or deed, do all in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God the Father through him.” Colossians 3:17