Kimball to compete for Mrs. North Curve Globe title
MyLinda Kimball, Mrs. West Virginia Curve Globe 2020, a Hancock County resident, will be competing for the title of Mrs. North Curve Globe 2020 this coming October in Palm Springs, California.
MyLinda resides in New Cumberland, WV, along her husband Russell Blaine Kimball Jr. She is employed by Aecom Architectural Engineering Firm as a Level III Construction Inspector. She is also a contracted Construction Inspector for the Florida U.S. Army Corp of Engineers which has her currently working on the Herbert Hoover Dike Culvert Rehabilitation Project.
MyLinda’s platform is #WomenEmpoweringWomen through manufacturing and construction jobs throughout the state of West Virginia. She has over 25 years of experience in Quality Management and has noticed a low percentage of women working in her field. She is dedicated and passionate about sharing her work experience as a Construction Inspector to inspire other women to be dream big, and to reach their goals by pursuing a career that is mostly male driven.
Kimball is also a spokeswoman for Mrs. Globe W.I.N. (Women in Need) Foundation. A international non-profit organization to help abused women and children. She is also a advocate for WV Women Work, Inc. which is a statewide nonprofit organization that supports the education, employment and economic equity for all women.
She is also the founder of Fairy Godmother Donation Closet to assist high school students and their parents who suffers a hardship. Kimball is active with Toys for Tots, Walk Against Heroin and several animal shelters throughout WV and Florida by paying sponsorship adoption fees for shelter animals who are either a senior animal or the shelters longest resident. Every shelter animal she has sponsored through the Sponsorship Program has been successfully adopted by a loving family.
Kimball graduated from Ritchie County High School in 1988 and she is the daughter of the late Dexter C. Toothman and Linda Reed Toothman. She is the mother of Andrew Shepherd of Pennsboro and Danielle Shepherd Coleman of Glenville.