Kim McCully-Mobley is a writer, editor, publisher, educator, storyteller and historian who describes herself as a gypsy/rebel/pirate/cowgirl with a cause. She holds degrees in journalism, English and education. She has a background with newspapers and magazines and cur
rently teaches English, Leadership, Film & Fiction and Creative Writing at Aurora High School. She is also an adjunct for Drury University and Crowder College.
She serves on the board of directors for the Aurora Area Community Foundation, the Children's Smile Center of the Ozarks and the Aurora Area Chamber of Commerce. She hosts a popular podcast called "All Roads Lead Home" through her home-based company called The Ozarkian Spirit. She is the co-director of the Aurora Houn' Dawg Alumni & Outreach Center in Aurora, as well.
She keeps busy with non-profit work, research, grant-writing, freelancing and creating a variety of sense of place projects throughout the Ozarks. She makes her home in rural Barry County with her husband, Al. She is working on a memoir called All Roads Lead Home, as well as a website (coming soon) to archive stories, research, artifacts and photos through: https://houndawgoutreach.us.
Join us November 11th at 10:45 at McAlisters on West Battlefield.