Director of Teaching Fellows Program
P843-863-7571 / Ekbaggs@csuniv.edu
Currently earning EdD
MS from Georgia State University
BA from Asbury University
Mrs. Kimberly Baggs serves as Director of the Teaching Fellows Program. She is currently earning her Ed.D. in educational leadership at CSU. She received her Master of Science in community counseling from Georgia State University. She is a national board certified counselor. Her undergraduate psychology degree is from Asbury University. Mrs. Baggs has spent the majority of her professional career as a clinical therapist. She directed Counseling Services at John Brown University for five years before returning to her alma mater, Asbury University, where she offered individual, group, and couples counseling to college students for many years. She has also taught classes as an adjunct psychology professor at both institutions. Additionally, Mrs. Baggs has worked at the College of William and Mary, Justice Works, and the Ronald McDonald House of Cleveland in conjunction with the Cleveland Clinic.
Mrs. Baggs began her role in the CSU College of Education in 2014 and feels privileged to work with such amazing future educators within the Teaching Fellows Program. As part of South Carolina’s Center for Educator Recruitment, Retention, and Advancement (CERRA), she recruits talented high school seniors from across the state into the teaching profession through a rigorous process. Once students are awarded a teaching fellowship to CSU, she interacts regularly with the Teaching Fellows throughout their entire college career. The CSU Teaching Fellows programming centers upon leadership development, diversity, advocacy, and best practices. Mrs. Baggs is committed to making a positive impact in the lives of the students she serves.
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