Kimberly Johnson-Breen is an Indigenous woman with shared European heritage who is a member of the Cherokee (tsa-la-gi) Nation of Tahlequah, Oklahoma.
She trained through the University of Oklahoma and holds a Master's Degree in Social Work with core studies in Indigenous communities. Following her graduation in 2018, she relocated with her family to Ottawa, where she continues to serve as an Indigenous community worker. Kimberly joined St John's in 2019, with her family and continues to walk the path before her, working together to care for community in the way of "gadugi" (caring together to promote improvement).
Kimberly understands relying on Creator, following Jesus, and participating in traditional ceremonies on her journey, as she is invited to come along side community, to support healing inclusion.