APPOINTED, SERVED & LED THROUGH THESE PROGRAMS
BLACK WOMEN HONORS & EMPOWERMENT - DISTRICT MANAGER
2018 NATIONAL DELEGATE - JAMAICA
2017 BLACK CANADIAN QUEEN - BRAMPTON
Kimberlee Shelley is an author, wife, minister, online TV personality, HR professional, national delegate for Jamaica through the Diversity Advancement Network (2017–2018), The Black Canadian Queen – Brampton (2017), Woman On Fire – Community Activist Award Winner 2018, Recognized as a Woman Of Inspiration by Soulful Image Magazine and BRAMPTON TOP 40 UNDER 40 RECIPIENT 2018.
Kimberlee’s educational background is in paralegal studies and human resources, and she currently works in the HR field, managing a midsize recruitment firm in Brampton. Kimberlee is a co-host / reporter on Gospel faith TV and serves as both the praise & worship leader and a member of the board of directors for her local church – New Life Kingdom Ministries and Released her first book which is an anthology Entitled “ DESIGNER’S ORIGINAL – A woman’s guide to understanding her identity and self-worth in God” in February 2018. She currently resides in Oakville with Her husband.
Kimberlee is passionate about giving back and empowering women, specifically young women. Through the Queen’s program, she has been using the platform to carry out her passion and be a change agent and pioneer in this century. She understands firsthand the importance of community involvement from volunteering at church to serving seniors, supporting different cultural events or discussing with city leaders issues facing the visible minorities, how to mitigate them and volunteering to partner with them on initiatives; as well as bringing awareness to the queens program.
With her passion for empowering women and seeing the need of hurting women who are often misunderstood and filled with stereotypical views by society led her to commence an annual event called “Celebrate HER” – A COMMUNITY DROP-OFF taking beauty, personal and feminine hygiene products as well as monetary donations to put together gift baskets for single mother’s (some of which are the victims of violence and abuse) living at a local shelter to pamper, encourage and motivate them on mother’s day.
Kimberlee is a trailblazer, determined to break barriers and stereotype and be a positive leader and role model in the community. At age 27 she landed the Branch Manager position at Universal Staffing Inc – Brampton Division, she was the youngest branch manager in the company’s history to be hired. She manages the day to day operations of the branch with $4-5million in sales annually. Kimberlee not only uses her HR skills at work but in the community at large and has been instrumental in a number of individuals landing favourable jobs. She has been committed member and volunteer at her local church for almost 15 years and while she continues to do that her activism has been extended to the community at large predominantly in Brampton and Oakville.
A True Leader
Her leadership, work etiquette and philanthropy has landed her in several publications both in Canada and Jamaica namely Share Newspaper, Toronto Caribbean newspaper, The Brampton Guardian, The Gleaner and Canadian Immigrant Magazine.
Kimberlee is indeed an inspiration making a mark, a leader and one that is poised for greatness.
ADMITTED INTO THE QUEENS AMBASSADOR PROGRAM.
SERVED AS THE 2017 BLACK CANADIAN QUEEN – BRAMPTON.
ALSO SERVED AS THE 2018 NATIONAL DELEGATE – JAMAICA.