Kim Jackson has a unique and varied history in her work history at Big Bend Community College, and comes to the classroom eager to help students navigate their college experience. Kim first started teaching at BBCC as a part-time racquetball instructor before moving over into Communication Studies and teaching Public Speaking and Interpersonal Communications. In addition to teaching, she oversaw the completion of a Title III grant, and also taught classes to disenfranchised homemakers. Currently Kim is the Director of Student Programs while still an adjunct faculty member in Communication Studies where she teaches Public Speaking. Kim received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Brigham Young University in the field of Communication Studies. She holds her M.Ed from Heritage University with a focus on Community and Human Resource Development. Her interests include student activities, quilting, cooking, freeze drying, grandkids, genealogy, and anything Hershey’s chocolate!