Dr. Kimberly DeVolld earned the Doctor of Medicine degree from the Marshall University School of Medicine in Huntington, WV and completed her pediatric residency at the West Virginia University Charleston Area Medical Center. She is board certified and has been in practice for more than 20 years. Prior to her career in medicine, Dr. DeVolld was a geological engineer and a doctoral candidate at the Missouri University of Science and Technology.
Dr. DeVolld was recognized with the Community Service Award for her volunteer work with the Domestic Violence Prevention Program. She appeared as a guest on Oprah, Hard Copy, and was featured in an article in Time Magazine for her efforts to combat domestic violence. She worked closely with Denise Brown (Nicole Brown Simpsonâ€™s sister) and country music singer Martina McBride in organizing fund raising activities and coordinating public awareness efforts.
Dr. DeVolld also holds the rank of Major and serves as a Medical Officer in the Civil Air Patrol, U.S. Air Force Auxiliary, performing search and rescue missions, emergency services, and homeland security operations.
Dr. DeVolld and her husband, Blake, make their home on Johns Island, SC. They enjoy fishing, boating, and the outdoors. They are active on The Citadel campus where her husband teaches and is an alumnus. They support the Cadet Chapel Program and Chaplain's ministry. They have four children.