Kimberly Renner

Kimberly Renner
  • Former Associate Director, Historic Campus
  • Archived Blogger

About Kimberly Renner

Kimberly Renner served as the Associate Director of the Historic Campus at William & Mary. She ran the events in the Wren Building and President's House and supervised the Spotswood Society, the group of undergraduate and graduate students who give tours of the Wren Building, the oldest college building in the nation.

She worked on the Historic Campus of William & Mary for ten years beginning in 2008. Kimberly is a yoga teacher also and has been teaching yoga in Williamsburg since 2003. Kimberly got her Masters in American History from William & Mary and used to be a 7th-grade history teacher. Her main area of interest on the Historic Campus was the American Indian education program that used to be part of the colonial College.

In addition to working in the Historic Campus and teaching yoga, Kimberly enjoys writing and ballroom dancing.

Posts by Kimberly Renner

My favorite summer event at W&M, the Young African Leaders Initiative

I spent Wednesday July 26 learning from an amazing and dynamic group of young world leaders, the Mandela Washington Fellows, at their Africa Ideas Summit. This

Lemon Project Committee On Memorialization

William & Mary has an illustrious history. It is Virginia’s oldest college, the second institution of higher education founded in British North America prior

The Brafferton Indian School at William & Mary

As we stand on the cusp of yet another Homecoming & we look forward to the bright future ahead of this illustrious institution, as

Hot Summer, Cool Wren, & 20 Years of the Spotswood Society

While some of the students and professors are away from campus over the summer, a small yet dedicated group of students and staff keep