Kimberly Ben is a multi-disciplinary Freelance Artist and seasoned Communications Specialist. Starting in education at the University of Baltimore, she worked alongside the Assistant Dean in the Office of Community life planning and advertising campus events focused on mental and physical wellness. Afterwards she was able to intern at Baltimore City Hall, where she soon became the Lead Graphic Designer & Communications Specialist for former District 7 Councilman, Leon F. Pinkett III. She was able to highlight Mr. Pinkett's vision and provide clear communication between him and the residents of District 7 through graphic design, photography, and social media engagements. After graduating with her Bachelor of Arts in Digital Communication in 2019, she dedicated her time to freelance work where she focused on small black-owned businesses in Baltimore that needed rebranding to grow.
She recently served as the Communications and Outreach Coordinator for a non-profit focused on workforce development and conservation in Howard County. In this role she provided graphic design services across several mediums, public relations services, and web design along with managing the social media accounts for the organization. She helped audiences to understand the necessity for environmental change in the state of Maryland and participation in direct action events to evoke this change.
She continues to grow in her expertise with her enrollment in a Full-Stack Software Developer Certification course and Hubspot Sales and Service Hub Certification courses.
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