Welcome to Celebrate Still, Inc

Kimberli Gross, Founder

Kimberli Gross is the compassionate force and visionary behind Celebrate Still, Inc, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to guiding individuals through the journey of discovering a new normal after the profound experience of loss. As the founder, Kimberli is deeply committed to normalizing grief, promoting the importance of therapy, and fostering a supportive community for those navigating challenging times.

Educationally empowered, Kimberli earned her Bachelor’s degree in Organizational Management, providing her with a solid foundation for creating and sustaining meaningful initiatives. Building on this, she pursued a Master’s degree from Liberty University in Human Services Counseling, specializing in Crisis, Trauma, and Grief.

Kimberli’s commitment to her cause goes beyond academia. Her personal journey through grief began with the loss of her mother in 2004. This profound experience ignited a passion within her to help others navigate grief in healthy and constructive ways. Kimberli’s goal is not just to provide assistance but to embody the very sense of community that was absent in her own moment of need.

In addition to her professional and philanthropic endeavors, Kimberli is the proud mother of three amazing sons—Darnell Jr., Derek, and Darien. As a native of Baltimore, Maryland, she carries with her a deep sense of community and understanding of the diverse challenges individuals may face.

Adding to her remarkable story, Kimberli is also a decorated Air Force veteran who served during the 9/11 attacks. Her military service further shapes her empathetic approach, providing a unique perspective on resilience and the human spirit. A sought-after speaker, Kimberli shares her personal journey of resilience and healing, inspiring audiences to navigate their own paths with faith and strength. Kimberli Gross stands as an empathetic guide, helping others weave through the intricacies of loss and offering a beacon of hope for those seeking a path to a new normal.