EdS (Instructional Technology), Valdosta State University (Completion July 2019)
Certificate in Institutional Research (Educational Research), Florida State University
MBA (Business Administration), Brenau University
BA (Business Administration, Accounting), Piedmont College
ABA (Business Administration), Mid Michigan Community College
Professional Biography & Experience
Kimberly Lovell is a full-time Teaching Fellow in Business who has served in higher education administration in the areas of enrollment management, educational research, compliance, and assessment. She earned an MBA from Brenau University and is now focused on her academic career while completing her Education Specialist Degree in Instructional Technology.
Professor Lovell’s experience spans more than twenty-five years in higher education. While serving as the Director of Financial Aid, she administered federal funds disbursed through the U.S. Department of Education. As the Primary Destination Point Administrator, she administered Federal Student Aid and managed aspects of state and federal financial aid programs. She later served the role of an institutional IPEDS Keyholder to accurately submit institutional data to the National Center of Education Statistics. She cherishes her time in leadership and training roles with various committees of the Georgia Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators. Her professional service involves serving on state professional development committees (GASFAA), education advisory boards (AdvancEd), and on finance and recreation committees for non-profit organizations. During the last ten years she has served as the Director of Institutional Research while teaching with the Walker School of Business. In the research role, she analyzed information while assisting with data analytics and statistical report writing. Professor Lovell enjoys challenging students to enhance their management, technology, and communication skills.