Kymberli Boynton is an entrepreneur of multiple companies. Boynton started training and performing at the young age of three years old and has been in the Entertainment industry her whole life. At the age of twenty, she met Whitney Houston’s Aunt, Marlene Dove, Owner/Founder of “The Blackwell International Academy of Performing Arts Academy” and “Omni Youth Awards”. Dove became Boynton’s Mentor and Agent and taught her the world of the entertainment industry. Boynton expressed, “I had no idea who she was when we first met. She immediately liked my dance and vocal skills and took me under her wing. She taught me
everything I know now about the entertainment industry both talent and business aspect and from there, I just ran with it. I attribute that part of my success to her.”
Since 1999 Boynton has been the CEO, Owner & Founder of multiple successful corporations that include Polaris Performing Arts Academy which originated in Las Vegas, NV in 2007, moved to Lakewood, CA and now in the Inland Empire. Boynton wrote her first musical at age 13 and since then has written and performed three more full stage production musicals. Boynton is a quadruple threat,
being professionally trained in Dance, Music, Vocal and Theater. Boynton currently has two TV shows that are in production, “Keeping Up with Kym” a reality show taking its viewers behind the scenes her crazy busy life that is also filled with off the wall shenanigans. “Keeping It Real with Kym” is a live studio audience reality “talk” show that will feature celebrity guests, influencers, business professionals and much more. Both are scheduled to hit TV Networks this 2023.
Outside of the Entertainment world, Boynton is also a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Certified Master Life Coach and Hypnotherapist. She is the Owner and Founder of Serenity Wellness Center and Serenity Wellness Magazine. With many things in the works, Boynton is also Co Producer and Co-Star in A Shadow in the Dark Productions, “Clowny”. Boynton expresses, “My passion has and will always be performing. It was my way of expressing how I felt growing up as well as an outlet. Being an only child, I had nothing but time on my hands to be creative, so I started writing my own plays, songs, and dances and it just evolved from there.” There is so much more to Kymberli Boynton, her experiences and career roles, but you’ll have to “catch up with her” to know more.