Kim Stegall is a true Chicagoan, but most people wouldn't think so. She spent so much time in the south growing up as a kid. Many people think that she was raised in the south, but she was born and raised right here in this great city of Chicago.
She obtained a bachelor's degree from Northeastern Illinois University in "Information Systems" in 1989 and obtained her MBA Degree from Roosevelt University in 2001 where she graduated with honors.
She worked for the City of Chicago for 30 years until she retired in 2019. She worked as a Project Manager in which she helped manage two of the city's largest enterprise systems: The "City of Chicago 311 Non-Emergency System" and the "City of Chicago Inspections and Permits System".
She has always done community service in some form. She is an active member of St. Sabina and have been for many years. Saint Sabina is where her life in community service blossomed. She was a member of the "Health Ministry" and "Ministry of Care" for many years among other things. Since joining Zeta Phi Beta Sorority. Inc. in 2015, She have actively served in many capacities in Zeta Tau Zeta Chapter doing community service and helping provide scholarships for college bound students.