is a Senior Engineer-Innovation and Sustainability at Keller-NA. Kimberly focuses on Keller’s initiatives toward environmental and societal sustainability in North America and provide high-level innovative support. With over 13 years in the geotechnical industry, Kimberly previously worked at ExxonMobil as a lead geotechnical engineer on development projects across the globe. She is the past chair of the Arizona Geo-Institute and is the Region 8 representative for the Geo-Institute's Local Involvement Committee. Kimberly also serves on the sustainability committees of the Geo-Institute and the Deep Foundations Institute. She is a member of the editorial panel for Engineering Sustainability, a journal published by the Institute of Civil Engineers. Kimberly holds a B.S. in Civil Engineering from the University of Arizona, an M.S. in Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Engineering from the University of Texas at Austin. She recently completed her Ph.D. at Arizona State University with a focus on bio-inspired geotechnics and lifecycle sustainability within geotechnical engineering. In addition, Kimberly has devoted much of her career to improving diversity and inclusion within the engineering community.