A 2018 graduate of the MLA program at Rutgers University, her previous achievements include work with the formation of the Maplewood Memorial Park Conservancy and an internship with the Capital Projects Division of NYC Parks.
Recognitions include multiple grants and awards such as the prestigious 2017 HUD In-novation in Affordable Housing Student Design & Planning Competition, the 2017 Julius Gy. FÁBOS Research Award in Landscape Architecture, and the prestigious George H. DeBoer Travel Prize for research at the estate garden of Capezzana, near Florence, Italy.
Kimberly’s commitment to the industry extends beyond the workplace. An active member of ASLA national since 2012, she a member of the ASLA-NY Board, chairs the Advocacy Committee, and was a member of the Programs and Communications Commit-tees. Kimberly is co-chair of the 2021 and 2022 NJASLA annual meetings, having been a committee member since 2014, .
A 2013 graduate of the New York Botanical Garden, where she received a certificate in Landscape Design, Kimberly has been a land-scape and gardening instructor in the continuing education program since Fall 2018.