Kimberly Jenkins, M.S., CCC-SLP, is a doctoral candidate under the mentorship of Dr. Raquel Anderson. Kimberly's general research interest is the development of grammar in typical and atypical child dual language learners, with specific emphasis on children acquiring Spanish and English. Her current research examines the relationship between language experience, cognitive ability and second language grammatical skill in sequential dual language learners. Her long-term research goal is to utilize her empirical work to develop efficacious treatment approaches for child dual language learners with morpho-syntactic language deficits. In her leisure time, Kimberly enjoys traveling with friends and family, cooking, reading and watching period films.