Kim Warfield was born and raised in Brooklyn, NY. She retired as a New York City Police Detective and is an ordained Pastor. She received her Bachelors Degree, her Masters Degree and her PhD in Christian Counseling, then she relocated to Dover, Delaware in August 2005. In 2010, she started an outreach and she is now the Founder and the Chair of the Board of the Frederick Douglass Foundation of Delaware. She also volunteers her time as a counselor at the Hope Medical Clinic and Shepherd's Place, a homeless shelter.Kim is running for the 17th District Senatorial seat to continue the work she has been doing in the communities in the 17th District. She believes in family values so she has started a Fatherhood Initiative Program to acclimate fathers back into their home as well as helping them to become the head of their household. So, if the fathers need employment, Kim has gone to various companies to ask if they would hire the fathers. She has help write their resumes, fill-out the employment applications and have driven some of the fathers to job interviews. She also has helped the fathers look for housing by going to different apartment complexes to see if there were vacancies and have picked up housing applications as well . She is starting a Women's Empowerment Program to empower women to be all that they were created to be, empower her as a wife and as a mother. She is also working with the children of families to mentor them about everyday life and the importance of education. She is in the process of starting transitional housing for homeless women and their families and homeless veterans.