Kimberly Rotundo, MEd is the Clinical Program Manager for the Reading and Literacy Discovery Center at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center. Kimberly has undergraduate and graduate degrees in Communication, Education, and Diagnostics from Georgia Southern University and The University of Cincinnati. Passionate about ongoing education and training, Kimberly has achieved certification in Learning Disabilities, Advocacy, Educational Therapy, Instructional Design, and Assistive Technology. She also has broad professional affiliations with local, state, and national education and training associations.
Kimberly’s career has included classroom teaching in public schools and adjunct instruction at colleges and universities, curriculum and learning management design, and the development of interdisciplinary partnerships to promote health and education. Kimberly’s journey began at CCHMC in diagnostics in The Cincinnati Center for Developmental Disabilities, now the Division of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics. She has been recognized with interagency, multi-disciplinary awards to include Speaker of the Year and Change Agent.
As manager of the RLDC’s clinical program and a parent of a child with a reading disorder, Kimberly will support the vision and mission of the center to enable every child to discover reading as a path to learning.