Kimberly began working as the Director of Community Health Programs for TCWN, in June 2015, after serving as intern under the Bringing Tap Back project. Kimberly works with local art communities to host artist-designed water bottle refill station competitions to promote drinking tap water. Kimberly also works with partnering schools and municipalities in communities across the state to provide and promote safe, clean drinking water for Tennesseans.
Prior to joining TCWN, Kimberly spent the past six years working on numerous local farms, acting as the Communications Director at the Market Square Farmersâ€™ Market, and managing Knox Public House. Kimberly holds a Bachelor of Nutrition from the University of Tennessee and is also a certified cheese maker. She is the president of Slow Food TN Valley and serves as an associate member of the Knoxville Food Policy Council. She lives in South Knoxville where she raises bees and has a large garden with her family.