Pastor Kimberly Mann is a dynamic preacher, chaplain, poet, author, 3ABN TV cohost, and playwright who has trained thousands in community advocacy and leadership. Her expertise includes children’s ministries, women’s events, youth conferences, and marriage/relationship seminars. Her authentic style of reaching others for Christ has carried her ministry to congregations across the U.S., Caribbean, Africa, and Australia.
In 2006, Kimberly began working as an intern with the world-renowned Children’s Defense Fund (CDF) where she quickly excelled, was hired as a specialized consultant for the organization, and in 2014 was honored by the CDF alongside Hilary Clinton as one of 40 exceptional young leaders from across the nation.
Pastor Mann served for 7 years as Associate Chaplain at Oakwood University in Huntsville, AL, serves on the BAYDA committee where she is the founder of a social justice action model for youth called The P.U.S.H. initiative, and is the first female Youth Director of the South Central Conference.
Kimberly and her supportive husband Robert Mann, Jr., are the proud parents of three boys. Her greatest joy is embracing the unique calling of being a wife, mommy, and minister.