Kimberley A. Johnson is both an author and an activist for women’s rights. Her current project is a book geared toward younger women (but can be enjoyed by all) on the importance of voting. Her entry into the women's rights movement began when she was asked to be the spokeswoman for RTSV United during the 2012 election season and in the summer of 2012, she gave a speech at the We Are Woman March at the Capitol Building in Washington D.C. She is also a political blogger and is well known for her outspoken stance on the need to enshrine women's rights into the U.S. Constitution.
In her activities to further women's rights, Kimberley is working with Progressive Democrats of America, Women Matter and ERA Now in an effort to remove the deadline from the Equal Rights Amendment. She is available for interviews.
Born in Baltimore Maryland and raised in Southern California. During the 1980-81 school year, she lived with her father, a network news cameraman which provided the opportunity to attend the Anglo American School in Moscow Russia. She portrayed a police officer on the popular daytime drama Days Of Our Lives for over seven years.
Working in conjunction with her mother and business partner, Ann Werner, she is the author of two non-fiction books: The Virgin Diaries and Ain't No Sunshine: Men Reveal the Pain of Heartbreak.
The Virgin Diaries is a compilation of 72 stories gathered from ordinary people who give honest accounts of what it is like to have sex for the first time.
In Ain't No Sunshine: Men Reveal the Pain of Heartbreak 38 men talk about how they dealt with the loss of love, whether it was being dumped, divorce, the death of a spouse or just bad timing.