Office: Old Main, Room 424D
Kimberli Phillips joined the College of Education and Social Sciences in 2011. She received her B.S. in Social Work from West Texas A&M University in 2002, and her M.S. in Social Work from the University of Texas in Arlington in 2009. She worked in the Social Work field as a medical Social Worker for 9 years before coming to West Texas A&M University. She holds professional license in Social Work.
Mrs. Phillips has taught a number of social work classes including Human Behavior, Social Welfare: Structure and Process, Diverse Populations, and Social Policy. She has also assisted and/or co-taught Introduction to Social Work and Field Instruction. She teaches at both the graduate and undergraduate levels.
Mrs. Phillips is involved in the National Association for Social Workers and enjoys providing and being a part of services within the community.
Mrs. Phillips plans on returning to school to get her Ph.D. in the human service field in the near future.
Mrs. Phillips currently lives in her childhood home with her husband, John, and their 2 children. She and John have been married 12 years. Her children are her pride and joy. Mikayla, age 8, and Grant, age 4. They all enjoy spending time with their miniature dachshund, Sophie.
Mrs. Phillips enjoys reading, traveling, watching movies, and playing with her kids. She has always had a passion to help other people and loves the fact that she is able to incorporate her passion into her career.