Kimberly Rusley was born and raised in Bossier City, and loves her hometown. Kimberly works at NBC 6 as a reporter. Prior to joining the NBC 6 team, she worked at KSLA News 12 for five years. Kimberly covers several different kinds of stories, but focuses on Bossier City and Bossier Parish government. She loves to stay up to date on the growth and development of the city she calls home.
Right now, she attends LSU Shreveport, seeking a bachelor’s degree in Mass Communications. For many years, Kimberly competed in the Miss Louisiana Scholarship Pageant. She was crowned Miss Bossier City in 2010, and also held the titles of Miss Calcasieu Parish, Miss Spirit of the Red and Miss Black Louisiana. Even though she’s not competing anymore, Kimberly still loves being involved in pageants.
From 2000-2005, Kimberly was a member of Delta Academy, and she was a Delta Debutante in 2005. She says her years with the ladies of the Shreveport-Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta, Inc., taught her valuable lessons that transitioned into adulthood.
Community service is
something that’s near and dear to her heart. She loves interacting with people who
live and work in her community. Working with youth is something that Kimberly
has done for years, and it’s very enriching to her. Kimberly loves to sing,
travel, volunteer and emcee different events. She encourages the public to keep
up with her on Facebook as well as on NBC 6.