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Akron Public Schools

Alcohol Drug Board of Cuyahoga County

Beachwood Public Library

Bellaire Puritas Youth Development Corp.


Brick Mentoring Program

Case Western Reserve University

Change Builders

City of Cleveland

Cuyahoga County Public Libraries

Cuyahoga County ADAMHS Board

Cuyahoga Falls Schools

Diocesan Eucharistic Congress

East Cleveland City Schools

Educational Resource Center

Euclid City Schools

Euclid YMCA

Give 1 Youth Leadership Project

Golden Ciphers

Green Local Schools

Haven For Hope

Imani Home Health Care

Independence City Schools

Kent State University

Lakeland Freedom School

Mt. Zion Child Enrichment Center

Mt. Zion Community Development Center


Ngage New Mexico

Neighborhood Leadership Institute

New Mexico State University

Paul Mitchell Beauty Academy

Partnership for Safer Cleveland

Presidents' Council (PC Scholars)

Shaker Heights Health Department

Shaker Heights Youth Center

SHYC PEERS Summer Program

Starting Point OST Program

Summit County Juvenile Court

Treu-Mart Resiliency Fellowship

United Way of Southern New Mexico

Wadsworth City Schools

Youth Employment Program










"I really enjoyed this workshop and it was much appreciated. This session was the most relevant to my everyday life. This was the best session all year."  -M.B. Cleveland School of the Arts

"Thank you for coming in to talk to my class. I really appreciate it. You proved that even though you go through hard times in your life you can turn it around and be very successful. And most of all I thank you for keeping it real."   -Herschel B. Euclid Middle School

"The R.E.A.L. Skills session was very nice & relieving. I was able to get my problems out in the open & even though they didn't go away, I now have a realization and a game plan on what to do. Thank you Ms. Kim."  - J.T. Health Careers

"Kimberly's workshop was very enlightening & the exercises were particularly interesting. I not only learned a lot about myself but I am now able to connect some of the exercises to my own professional growth. I found her to be very knowledgable. She effectively weaved in some of her own personal experiences too. I found this very helpful."

-R. Lewis, Northern Ohio Recovery Resources

"The workshop that I attended presented by Kim York left me very inspired and eager to want to try a different approach at getting students to open up and recognize their own potential among a diverse group. She has a way of getting participants involved in recognizing individual differences that may affect their behavior. I look forward to future workshop sessions that she conducts."

-C. Darden, Teacher, OCPSA Shaker Heights Youth Center  

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