Member, NAAHP Scholarship Committee
Doctoral Student in Public Affairs, University of Central Florida
Kimberley Allonce, M.P.A, is currently a second-year Doctoral Student in Public Affairs at the University of Central Florida (UCF). His research interests include decentralization, corruption, citizen engagement, economic development, and public deliberation. He is a recent graduate of the UCF Faculty Center for Teaching and Learning. Kimberley teaches Research Methods and Social Policy courses at the College of Social Work and Social Justice (SWSJ) of the Université Épiscopale d’Haïti (UNEPH).
He is currently the Economic Development Manager for the City of Wilton Manors in South Florida. Prior to joining Wilton Manors, Kimberley worked as an Economic Development Coordinator for the City of Orlando and held several positions at the Georgia Department of Community Affairs. He received his Master of Public Administration degree in 2016 from the University of Georgia (UGA) in Athens.
Kimberley was born and raised in Haiti; he graduated high school in 2009 from Saint-Louis de Gonzague. He is a firm believer in community service and currently serves on the boards of Family Promise of Greater Orlando and Education Haiti/Edikasyon Ayiti. Kimberley is a sports enthusiast and enjoys playing soccer in his free time.