A Cleburne Times Review article announced that Kimberly D. Mathis, author and A&M-Commerce alumna, was a featured presenter at a virtual Martin Luther King Jr. program at East Cleburne Community Center in Cleburne, Texas. Mathis discussed her book, “Dope Girl,” the story of a mother’s addiction and struggles.
In addition to writing, Mathis owns a Wings-To-Go franchise as well as The Tax Lady, an income tax preparation service. As wife of former NFL defensive back Kevin Mathis, she also serves as vice president of the Kevin Mathis Foundation, a nonprofit charity focused on youth empowerment, building strong communities and supporting families affected by drug addiction.
Mathis graduated from A&M-Commerce with a degree in business.
The Cleburne MLK program is available to view on ECCC’s Facebook page.
Read the Cleburne Times Review article.