Kimberly MacQueen
Kimberly MacQueen
Affiliated with Creative Media, Division of Communication and Creative Media, Visual Communication Design, Management of Creative Media, Professional Writing

Kim MacQueen developed and teaches WRT 215: Magazine Publishing and serves as a Faculty Advisor to students in the Professional Writing, Creative Media, Communications and Film programs. She is Managing Editor for the Center for Publishing, which produces Weathervane, The Well, Willard & Maple and other print and digital publishing projects.

MacQueen has been involved in higher education since 1988. She has served as Assistant Editor of Florida State University's Research in Review magazine and Editor of the alumni magazine at Fordham University, and freelances for a wide range of publications. She has been a grant writer and administrator at Brevard College and Georgia State University, and has developed coursework for Champlain as well as for the State of Florida and the Association of Institutional Researchers. She received an MFA in Creative Nonfiction Writing from Bay Path University in 2018.

Outside of academia, MacQueen is the mother of two teenage daughters and the wife of Steve MacQueen, Artistic Director of the Flynn Center for the Performing Arts in Burlington, VT. She is a student of Buddhist meditation and a feeder of many pets.

Professional Associations
  • NACADA Global Community for Academic Advising
  • Association of Writers & Writing Programs (AWP)
  • Vermont Women in Higher Education


MacQueen is the author of two novels: Out, Out: A Novel of Women and Apes, published by Jungo Books, and People Who Hate America, published by Champlain Books