Kimberly joined the Teton Regional Land Trust staff by way of Alabama, where she held the position of Stewardship & Monitoring Manager, and later Stewardship & GIS Specialist for the Georgia-Alabama Land Trust (GALT). Prior to her position at GALT, she worked as a contractual conservation planner and GIS specialist for several land trusts in the Southeast. Kimberly has also volunteered with many local nonprofits to assist with mapping projects and outreach, as well as the National Park Service at Little River Canyon National Preserve. Kimberly enjoyed being a graduate teaching assistant for the Physical and Earth Science Department at Jacksonville State University, teaching physical geography and geology labs while earning her M.P.A., concentrating in Geographic Information Science. Kimberly also received a B.S. in Geography, minoring in Environmental Science from Jacksonville State University. While in college, Kimberly participated in several research studies, and presented findings at the annual Southeastern Division of the Association of American Geographers conference. Kimberly’s love and appreciation for the landscapes of the West grew while studying the earth sciences in college.
Kimberly cherishes everything nature, and cannot wait to get out and explore her new home. Her hobbies include hiking, camping, reading, learning, floating, exploring, reflecting, being still and just hanging with her pups, one very offended cat and her husband.