Kimball Lewis is the CEO of EmpoweringParents.com. In addition to his leadership and management roles, he contributes as an editor, a homeschooling expert, and a parent coach. He resides in Orlando, Florida, with his wife and two teenage sons.
Mr. Lewis began his career as a health, welfare, and child policy researcher for a leading public policy think-tank in Washington, DC. He then served as a technologist and executive in a series of successful healthcare start-ups. Mr. Lewis volunteers as an executive coach for Cru, a Christian missionary organization serving over 190 countries worldwide. He and his wife led several marriage counseling groups at his home church in Orlando, FL. LinkedIn
Mr. Lewis attended Cornell University, where he earned a Master’s Degree in Public Policy and a BA in Government.
A Word from Kimball Lewis
Managing child behavior problems is a skill that can be learned. And the tools and resources available through EmpoweringParent.com and The Total Transformation® child behavior program ensure that you don’t have to learn through trial and error. Instead, you can learn from parents and professionals who know how to effectively manage disrespect, defiance, backtalk, lying, laziness, motivation, and other behaviors.
Mr. Lewis is frequently interviewed by CBS News in Tampa Bay, Florida, for his expert parenting advice. Recent stories include the following:
Do you homeschool your kids? Recently, a reader wrote in with this question about her 13-year-old daughter, who thinks being homeschooled means she can do work whenever she wants to.
"I know EmpoweringParents.com has written about how to get kids to do their homework, but we have a unique situation. We homeschool our two children, and... Read more »
Many of our readers are trying to figure out how to homeschool their kids for the first time. Or they are contending with distance learning through their local school. Either way, your child is learning while at home and under your watch now. It's a significant change from having your child at school all day.
My... Read more »
If your 10-year-old child has ever shown you how to work your computer or phone, you know that the generation we are raising now is bright and full of promise. They're good with technology—they know how to use phones and computers. But that doesn’t mean they have practical life skills.
Kids have to learn how... Read more »