Kim Ewing

Kimberly D. Ewing is the National Empowerment Center’s director of training and engagement. As a person with lived experience and one who crosses many paths of intersectionality, Kim is passionate about mental wellness, racial healing, social justice, racial equity and equality, human rights, bullying prevention, empowering allies, and educating humans of all ages. Kim is an international trainer specializing in Emotional CPR (eCPR), Implicit Bias, and Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Belonging (DEIB). She is also a Certified Olweus Bullying Prevention trainer and a Cost of Poverty Experience (COPE) facilitator. Her favorite hashtag is #ImStillHealing, and she believes that we all are doing some version of it. Kim holds a Bachelor of Science in Communications from the University of Indianapolis and a Master of Science in Higher Education from Indiana State University