Kimberly Alexander, Ph.D., is an ordained minister and historical theologian with more than 25 years of experience in theological education. She is currently the director of academics at Ramp University and has served at institutions including Pentecostal Theological Seminary and Regent University School of Divinity.
Alexander’s research focuses on the integration of the Holy Spirit’s work and vocation. She has contributed to Wesleyan and Pentecostal publications and authored books on Pentecostal healing and women’s roles in Pentecostalism. She also has written numerous articles on healing, worship, gender, race, and early Pentecostal spiritual experience. A past president of the Society for Pentecostal Studies, she was honored with its Lifetime Achievement Award in 2023.