Kim Tull was born in Toronto, Ontario from Barbadian parentage. Kim gained an Honours Bachelor of Arts from the University of Toronto and has also received a Post-Graduate Diploma in Cultural Management from Humber College. In 2003, she completed her Events and Meeting Management Certification from George Brown College. Kim has always felt the need to be involved in the community, working with the Durham Board of Education to help with race relations within the community and high-schools. As a result, she was part of a selected group of individuals chosen to develop the very first race relations policy for the City of Pickering. In doing so, Kim was Acting Mayor for a day and received the Race Relations Policy Award from the City of Pickering.
Kim’s commitment to community and cultural awareness continued throughout university where she received the Outstanding Contribution Award for her involvement in student mentorship programs, drug tutoring programs, involvement with various ethno-cultural associations and coordinating, choreographing and producing numerous cultural, talent and fashion shows. By doing so, Kim found her passion for event coordinating. After coordinating events professionally for the University of Toronto from 2002 to 2005, she was promoted to Awareness Programs Coordinator managing young alumni programs for U of T. Kim has been recognized both by the Canadian Council for the Advancement of Education (CCAE) with a Silver Prix d’Excellence Award and by the Council of Advancement and Support of Education with a Silver District II, Best Event Series Award for her signature program – SHAKER. In January 2007, Kim moved onto the University of Toronto Scarborough as Manager, Alumni Relations.
Despite Kim’s hectic schedule, she is still finding time to give back to the community by volunteering for various community organizations. Kim is the co-founder of Black Pearls Community Services, Inc. and a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. In Kim’s free time she is freelances as an Events Manager and as well, she facilitates and presents at numerous workshops and conferences geared towards elementary, high school and university students. Kim was highlighted in SWAY Magazine Spring/Summer 2006 edition for her role as a young, Black woman who graduated from and is currently working for the University of Toronto.
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Learn how to do well by doing good. -Educate, Empower, Unite.-MCMLXVIII
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