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Kimmie Tee

 

KBLX Morning Dream Team Monday-Friday 5am –10am

Kimmie Tee is an award winning, radio personality, motivational speaker, event hostess and voiceover actor. Kimmie Tee was born and raised in San Francisco. Shortly, after high school, Kimmie Tee started her radio career in her hometown.

In 2012, Kimmie Tee was awarded as one of the ‘Top 25 Radio Personalities’ by RADIO INK MAGAZINE. In 2015 Kimmie Tee was brought up from Morning Show Producer to co-host the KBLX Morning Dream Team.

All throughout the year, you are guaranteed to see Kimmie as the host for clients and charity with attendance ranging from a delicate handful to the tens of thousands of cheerful people in the audience.  Kimmie Tee has had the honor to emcee for the City of San Francisco inside City Hall for numerous official city celebrations as well has co-host the MLK Day event in San Francisco.

It is worthwhile to call Kimmie Tee a radio revolutionary with her vision and creation of the “Kimmie Tee’s Dream House” Podcast. Kimmie Tee, motivates the mind, inspires the heart, and soothes the soul with bold and intelligent techniques to lower stress and increase joy and happiness. “Kimmie Tee’s Dream House” is conveniently available on KBLX.com.

Kimmie Tee is a trusted name, person, and voice. Kimmie’s authenticity and superb way of conveying a message instantly brings clients proven and quick results.

Kimmie Tee is a proud member of the SAG-AFTRA Union and she is also a 3rd Degree Black Belt in Shaolin Kenpo Karate.

Kimmie is a vocal advocate for the prevention of violence against women and children, especially victims of sex and human trafficking. Kimmie Tee’s commitment to the community includes hosting voter registration events as well as working in tandem with politicians about the importance of voting in local elections.

Kimmie Tee’s Wonderful Word of the Day…. SERENDIPITY

By definition, serendipity –  “Is making discoveries by accidents and receiving things they were not working for” is how English author Horace Walpole, who coined the term, described serendipity in 1754 – is not completely controllable, let alone predictable. And here is cute little cartoon all about serendipity in the …

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