Meet Kimberly Fogus, who holds a Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education from Purdue University Calumet and a Master’s degree in Special Education with an Intense Intervention Addition from Ball State University. Her passion for working with individuals with special needs stems from her personal experience of having a sister with Angelman Syndrome.
Kimberly’s motivation to work with special needs individuals is driven by her love for being around them, and she finds the most joy in helping them. She takes pride in making a positive difference in their lives, and her dedication to her job is evident in the positive impact she has on her individuals.
Outside of work, Kimberly enjoys spending time with her husband and children. They are learning the game of golf together, and she also enjoys competitive shooting. Her commitment to personal growth and learning is apparent in her hobbies and interests.
Kimberly’s dedication to working with individuals with special needs, coupled with her passion for learning and personal growth, makes her a true asset to the education community. Her love for her job and students shines through in all that she does.