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Kimberly N. Morman is a senior passport specialist at the New York Passport Agency for the last 17 years. She enjoys working with people, especially from different cultures. Kimberly loves helping people through the citizenship adjudication process.
Kimberly celebrates her own ancestry which consists of African, Cherokee Indian, and Irish roots. She speaks some Spanish and even a little Italian. Kimberly is a graduate of the Long Island University (LIU) holding a BS in sociology. She is her family's first higher education graduate. Prior to choosing sociology, Kimberly first studied nursing. She also spent time as a nursing volunteer, librarian, and teacher's aide. After changing her major to sociology Kimberly completed a social service internship at Project Chance for approximately 1 1/2 years. After graduation, Kimberly continued her volunteer efforts as a rape crisis/domestic violence counselor. Kimberly is also a proud daughter (of U.S. Army veteran and retired bookkeeper) and parent participating actively in school and church activities.
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