Kimberly Brown is an ambitious young professional who is eager to work on the pressing social justice issue of our time and criminal justice reform. Kimberly has worked as a legal assistant and office manager at the Law Office of Stephen D. Brown. Previously, Kimberly interned for the Honorable Verna Leath, at the Superior Court of Essex County Vicinage, Criminal Division. As the only undergraduate intern, Kimberly’s responsibilities focused on research for community outreach programs.
Kimberly has worked in a number of manners to increase diversity at her alma mater, Pennsylvania State University. She served as a member of the Student Minority Advisory Recruitment Team (SMART) and in addition helped with the creation and implementation of recruitment strategies that were dedicated to increasing ethnic diversity within the university.
Kimberly also served as secretary and avid member to the Multicultural Undergraduate Law Association (MULA) Kimberly’s work with “MULA” focused on preparing future minority candidates to pursue and achieve a law degree. Kim assisted in founding of “MULA” Annual Pre-Law Symposium. The event hosted a number of speakers to educate students about the admissions process, financing a legal education, taking a gap year and exploring legal careers. Following the various presentations, we hosted a networking event for students to meet and discuss their day with law professors, law students and local attorneys.
Kimberly is a 2015 graduate from the Pennsylvania State University with a Bachelor of Science in Criminology and a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology.