Kimberly Scott serves as Horizons’ vice president, Community Health where she oversees public education and outreach concerning disease prevention, screening and early detection, treatment and population-based research. Additionally, Kimberly is responsible for implementing evidence based models to improve health outcomes by addressing social determinants impacting community health. Prior to joining Horizons Community Solutions in 2012, she served as a data collection specialist for the Baldwin County National Children’s Study. Kimberly also spent two years as a public health educator for the North Central Health District where she implemented evidence based adolescent health and youth development programs in rural underserved communities. A native of Milledgeville, GA Kimberly received her Bachelor’s degree from Albany State University majoring in Biology. She also received a Master of Public Health degree concentrating in Community Health Education from Georgia Southern University, and is currently a doctoral candidate.