Dr. Kimberly Wiley is an assistant professor of Nonprofit Leadership and Community Development at the University of Florida, Department of Family, Youth, and Community Sciences. She earned her doctorate from Florida State University in Public Administration with an emphasis on nonprofit organizations. She researches the relationship between nonprofit organizations and their public funders as well as qualitative methodology. She has particular interest in domestic violence advocacy organizations serving families and youth. Before joining the faculty at UF, she served as Assistant Professor of Nonprofit Management in the Department of Public Administration at the University of Illinois Springfield where she coordinated the Graduate Certificate in Nonprofit Management. Dr. Wiley has thirteen years of nonprofit experience in the field of victim advocacy in local, state, and national organizations.