ABOUT THE CANDIDATE
Hi, I'm Kimberly!
Kimberly Haase has been a resident of Georgia for 25 years and has resided in Acworth for 18 years with her family where she raised her three sons and her fur baby Christian.
Kimberly is a graduate of Kennesaw State University with a bachelor's degree in Political Science, where she was awarded a Who’s Who student recognition award in 2016. There, she also became a member of Pi Sigma Alpha, the national political science honor society.
Education is important to Kimberly: Along with her degree, she has completed a multitude of certifications including the OxfordX course on “From Poverty to Prosperity: Understanding Economic Development," a Gerontology certification from Kennesaw State University, The Edge Connection certification for Business Planning, and a federal procurement training program certification from Government Procurement Innovators (GPI).
2023 Recipient of the All In Cobb County Innovator Award!
Kimberly Haase was recognized at the 2023 State of the County Address for her work within the senior community in Cobb County.
Living a life of service
Kimberly is not running for a party, she is running to serve. Her experiences in and out of the classroom have equipped her to become a business owner and champion for Acworth families. Kimberly is the CEO of iLoveKare, a concierge service company for active aging adults, which she founded in 2013. Under Kimberly's leadership, the iLoveKare team has helped seniors age in place in the Cobb & Cherokee County areas. Additionally, she served on the Atlanta Regional Commission (ARC) Advisory Committee on Aging for five years where she helped stimulate community interest by advocating for the concerns of Cobb County’s aging adults and their families.
During the summer of 2020, Kimberly served as a Georgia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities (DBHDD) COVID-19 Emotional Support Line volunteer. Kimberly's other community roles have included serving with Allatoona High School’s PTSA and chairing their hospitality committee for four years. She served as the Senior Citizen Council of Cobb County’s youngest member during her five years as its secretary. She is currently a member of the National Concierge Association (NCA) and the Acworth Business Association (ABA) and has served on Acworth’s Juneteenth committee in 2022 and 2023.
Kimberly is running for Post 2 on Acworth, Georgia's Board of Aldermen, where she aims to help empower the community through equitable opportunities.