Dovetales Welcomes Broadcast Journalist and Founder of Outreach Organization, STILL HIS, Kimberly Holmes Wiggins

Dovetales is excited to have with us ,this Thanksgiving Day Weekend, Sunday, November 25, 2018  the overcomer Kimberly Holmes Wiggins an accomplished broadcast journalist who has built her career upon experiences anchoring, reporting, and producing news content. She currently helps viewers on the Eastern Shore wake up as a morning anchor for WBOC-TV in Salisbury, MD. She covered countless stories during her time at WOFL-TV in Central Florida and WXIX-TV in Cincinnati, OH. Her work has been recognized by the Emmy ® Awards, Associated Press, Religion Newswriters Association, and the National Association of Black Journalists. Kimberly graduated from Duke University and Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism. She is a member of the Sanford Alumni Council of the Sanford School for Public Policy at Duke University.She firmly believes in encouraging young people. Kimberly is an adjunct instructor at Salisbury University. Throughout the years, she has been a mentor, volunteered with Big Brothers, Big Sisters, and even been the leader of a Girl Scout Troop.Kimberly runs a faith-based, retail and grief outreach organization called Still His®. The organization strives to help widows navigate the waters of significant loss and grief. She also had the honor of working with a talented group of women for their groundbreaking book, Widowed, But Not Wounded: The Hustle & Flow of 13 Resilient Black Widowed Women. She recently published a Graceful Guide to Helping a Grieving Friend for those who are not sure how to help a grieving loved one in the first few days, weeks, and months following their loss.

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She firmly believes in encouraging young people. Kimberly is an adjunct instructor at Salisbury University. Throughout the years, she has been a mentor, volunteered with Big Brothers, Big Sisters, and even been the leader of a Girl Scout Troop. She is a proud member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.

Kimberly runs a faith-based, retail and grief outreach organization called Still His®. The organization strives to help widows navigate the waters of significant loss and grief. She also had the honor of working with a talented group of women for their groundbreaking book, Widowed, But Not Wounded: The Hustle & Flow of 13 Resilient Black Widowed Women. She recently published a Graceful Guide to Helping a Grieving Friend for those who are not sure how to help a grieving loved one in the first few days, weeks, and months following their loss. Her writings on grief and widowhood have been published by Huffington Post and on the popular blog Black and Married with Kids. The work stems from the great personal loss of her beloved husband in 2016 in a horrific hit and run. Kimberly is currently pushing for legislation in Florida to launch a Yellow Alert system. In 2016, she established the Rasheed A. Wiggins Entrepreneurial Prize at Duke University in honor of her late husband to provide monetary support and encouragement to young entrepreneurs.

Kimberly graduated from Duke University and Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism. She is a member of the Sanford Alumni Council of the Sanford School for Public Policy at Duke University.Kimberly has encouraged varied audiences as the keynote speaker for Florida Highway Patrol’s awareness event on hit and runs and at the New Year, New You conference in Durham, North Carolina. She’s also served as the Mistress of Ceremonies for countless events throughout the District of Columbia, Ohio, Florida, Maryland and Delaware.

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