A native of St. Petersburg, Florida, Judge Kimberly Todd graduated from the University of South Florida and, in 1996, the Mississippi College School of Law.
She worked as a prosecutor at the Office of the State Attorney in Pinellas County and as general counsel for AmeriLife and Health before opening her own law practice in 2001. She was elected to the circuit bench in 2010, and began her first term in the family law division. Upon taking the bench, Judge Todd was assigned to a family law section until 2013, when she was assigned to Unified Family Court. Judge Todd was assigned to the problem-solving Adult Drug Court and Veteran’s Treatment Court in July of 2020, where she currently presides.
Family Court Judge
Judge Todd was the President of Canakaris Inn of Court for the 2013-2014 year and a graduate of Leadership Pinellas in 2013. Judge Todd was appointed by the Chief Judge to serve as Chair of the Sixth Circuit Pro Bono Committee from 2014 to 2016. She previously served as chairperson of the Juvenile Detention Alternative Initiative, and was the Chair of the Sixth Circuit Dependency Court Improvement Committee and a member of the state-wide Dependency Court Improvement Panel. Judge Todd is currently a member of the Pinellas County Substance Abuse Advisory Board (SAAB).
In 2020, Judge Todd was nominated for the prestigious William E. Gladstone award, which celebrates the work of judges and magistrates who make the greatest contributions to the courts in serving dependent children and their families. Judge Todd also received a Certificate of Appreciation awarded by Zero to Three for her efforts in creating an early childhood court in Pinellas County and being a leader in raising awareness throughout the country on the importance of this type of specialty court.