Kimberley Timpf is the senior director of impact for the Campus Prevention Network, guiding EVERFI’s thought leadership and content development for our nationally-recognized alcohol and other drug misuse prevention courses. She also supports our Fraternity and Sorority national organization partners. Her expertise lies in program design and development, application of prevention theory in higher education settings, curriculum development, training and instruction, and methods of evaluation. She is a passionate advocate for the use of bold, technology-driven social impact work to improve the lives of young adults and leverages her broad range of experience and expertise to help ensure EVERFI’s thought leadership is aligned with current research and innovative practice.
Ms. Timpf joined EVERFI 14 years ago, after spending 16 years in the college alcohol and other drug misuse prevention field, working at both public and private universities. During that time, she led campus-based prevention efforts, authored and served as principal investigator for a number of federal grants, and held leadership positions for national professional associations, including ACPA’s Commission for Alcohol and Other Drug Issues. She has been an invited speaker at national and regional conferences, including the Stetson Conference for Law and Policy in Higher Education, and delivered nearly one hundred research presentations and educational sessions in both campus and professional settings. Ms. Timpf holds a Master’s degree in Educational Administration from Boston College, where she also worked for the twelve years preceding her career at EVERFI.