- Ed.D., University of Southern California
- M.A., California State University Dominguez Hills
- B.A., Occidental College
Dr. Kimmie Tang is an Associate Professor of Special Education and Early Childhood at Biola University’s School of Education. She received her doctorate of education from USC Rossier School of Education in 2008. She has been in the field of education for over 23 years, serving in various positions as an educator, program director, administrator, advocate, and researcher. Tang has worked extensively with private and public school children across all levels of abilities (typical and atypical development), types of exceptionalities and grade levels (early childhood to adulthood). As well as with students identified as at-risk, gifted, English Language Learners and First-Generation College Students. Prior to Biola, Tang was a faculty member at California Lutheran University, CSU Dominguez Hills and Mount St. Mary’s University. In Texas, she worked as an Education Specialist at Region 4 Education Service Center (ESC 4), providing professional development training, program evaluation and customized instructional services. She also served as an instructional faculty member for the LoneStar Leadership Education in Autism and Neurodevelopment Disabilities (LEND) Program at the UTHealth Children’s Learning Institute. Throughout her career, she has and continues to advocate for educational justice for all students while working in the higher institution to prepare future educators.