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Kimberly Meadows -Clark

Nominated for the 2019 Summit Media Minority Business Awards for Entrepreneur of the Year, the Honoree for Women’s History Month at the University of Montevallo in March of 2018, Kimberly Meadows Clark has received many accolades in a short time. 

 

She was awarded the Amelia Boynton Robinson Women of Valor Award for Leadership by the Tuskegee University Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. in February of 2018; in 2017 she received the Jefferson County Millennial Democrats award for Business Leadership; in 2017 she received the “Game Changer” Award from IAG and was recognized by The Young Black Progressive Caucus as a Leader among Women of Color; in 2016, Kimberly was recognized by the Metro Birmingham Chapter of the NAACP for Outstanding Community Service.

With a servant’s heart, she was employed as their Day Program Coordinator and Case Manager for Firehouse Ministries as an advocate for the under-served for 4 ½ years. Kimberly attended Fairfield High School and recently made history by becoming the first female, African-American owner of a professional sports team in the State. She proudly owns the Magic City Surge, a local  Men’s Professional Basketball Team in the American Basketball Association (ABA) Southeast Region.

Kimberly stated, “I am excited about this new venture, and I am prayerfully hoping I can save our youth by implementing community outreach and other services through sports." Kimberly recently spearheaded a screening clinic for the homeless, working closely with the School of Health Professions at UAB to provide preventive services for those in need. This clinic was recently recognized nationally by the United States Public Health Service and Interprofessional Education Collaborative, where she received an honorable mention for her work.

 

She also helped establish training opportunities for the homeless at LSCC, which gifts them free welding and electrical training. Kimberly received her certification in Basketball General Management and Scouting from SMWW and certification from Columbia University School of

Professional Studies in Sports Essentials.