Kimberly Wagner earned her Bachelor of Arts in Education, Master in Education in Administration, and her Doctorate in Higher Education from Mary Hardin-Baylor in Belton, Texas. She taught public school for six years before accepting a position as a Curriculum Instructional Specialist. Her transition to the classical world came shortly after leaving public school. Kimberly taught at Providence Preparatory, a classical homeschool hybrid. Being married to a military man moved her to Wisconsin, where she taught two years at a Charlotte Mason-inspired homeschool hybrid. After three years in Wisconsin, the Army moved Kimberly and her family to Downingtown, Pennsylvania, where she lives now. Kimberly enjoys reading and spending time with her husband and three children. With what time is left, Kimberly is a triathlete who trains for Ironman 70.3 races. Kimberly grew up a Christian, but after some pivotal life events in adulthood, she learned what it truly meant to be a Christian and live in total abandonment of His calling. Kimberly, and her husband Kyle, have three children: Layden and Braxx, full-time students with Veritas, and a toddler named Hope.