Kimberly Wiley is an Assistant Professor of Nonprofit Management in the Department of Public Administration at the University of Illinois Springfield. She earned a PhD in Public Administration from the Askew School of Public Administration and Policy at Florida State University, an MPA from University of Colorado Denver, and a BS in Family, Youth, and Community Sciences from the University of Florida.
Kim brings with her thirteen years of nonprofit experience in the field of victim advocacy in local, state, and national organizations. After serving in multiple capacities in three domestic violence shelters in Florida, she accepted a position with the Florida Coalition Against Domestic Violence, the statewide administrative organization for Florida’s 42 certified domestic violence centers.
Kim joined the department in Fall 2016 and currently teaches PAD 542 Nonprofit Sector and Society and PAD 501 Introduction to the Profession. Kim’s teaching experience also includes social entrepreneurship and public policy. She coordinates the Graduate Certificate in Nonprofit Management.
The intersection of public policy and nonprofit management is her main area of research. In her current research project, she is examining the impact of the recent Illinois budget impasse on publicly funded nonprofit organizations.
She resides in Springfield with her husband and three daughters and enjoys exploring the area walking and hiking trails with her rambunctious dog.
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