Headshot: Kimberly Holland
Headshot: Kimberly Holland

Kimberly Holland

Title: Contributing Commerce Writer

Location: Birmingham, Alabama

Education: B.A. in Journalism and Mass Communication, magna cum laude, Samford University

Expertise: Food, lifestyle, health

- Senior digital food editor for Southern Living magazine
- Author of The Collagen Handbooks: Recipes for Natural Living 

Experience

Kimberly Holland is Southern Living magazine's digital food editor and a highly regarded content creator. She shares her knowledge on turkey basting, pizza making and random food facts for dozens of nationally known brands.

She has been cooking since she was old enough to hold a spatula. She began translating that love into a passion after college when she started her career at Health magazine and later joined Cooking Light. After serving as senior editor of Allrecipes.com, she joined Southern Living as digital food editor with more than 15 years of experience in writing, editing and developing content for leading food, health and lifestyle publications.

During her years at Health magazine, Kimberly learned firsthand how to relate the importance of health and nutrition to a variety of audiences. She grew her skills at Cooking Light, where she served as a recipe developer and editor, bringing the brand's content to life on its website and social media. She also served as Cooking Light's market editor, sharing brand-new products with the brand's millions of print and digital readers. After almost three years as a senior editor at Allrecipes.com, Kimberly took her decade-plus of experience in food, lifestyle, health and market content to Southern Living. Kimberly's work has appeared in many publications and websites, including Southern Living, Real Simple, EatingWell, Healthline and more.

She's also the author of The Collagen Handbooks: Recipes for Natural Living.

Kimberly graduated magna cum laude and earned a bachelor's degree in journalism and mass communication from Samford University in Birmingham, Alabama. She minored in political science.

She has been on dozens of panels to discuss food media and content creation. She also has represented her brands and clients at dozens of showcases and markets nationwide.

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