Before starting courses at City Vision University, Kimberly Mosler studied nursing. However, she got involved in addictions from which she recovered at Teen Challenge. While at Teen Challenge, she decided she wanted to continue her studies, and the dean of education recommended City Vision University. She researched the school, and appreciated that it was affordable and faith-based, and that she could take her courses online.
First, she completed a Bachelor’s in Addiction Counseling with City Vision. But later, as her passion for helping women in addiction grew, she decided to enroll in the MBA program. Through that program she was prepared to be Executive Director of a women’s shelter in her area, Ignited.
At City Vision, Kimberly found a supportive environment with dedicated professors who ensured she grasped the material thoroughly. The courses were designed around real-life applications. The Bachelor’s in Addiction Counseling even included a course to prepare students for licensure for those who sought it. The MBA was similarly practical, offering vital training in board development, financial sustainability, and leadership. Through City Vision, Kimberly was prepared to use her own experiences to help other women recover from addiction.