Kimberly Yingling works with student innovators, entrepreneurs and I&E clubs on their ventures and ideas. She is also responsible for student entrepreneurial programming at the 1789 co-working space and community. She came to Innovate Carolina from the UNC Department of Communication, where she served as the graduate student services manager for its PhD program.
Prior to her work at UNC-Chapel Hill, Kimberly worked as a licensed therapist in various settings. She holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Pennsylvania State University and a master’s degree in counseling from West Virginia University.