Kimberly is Founder and Principal of ATLAS Lab. Kimberly is committed to designing, building, and advocating for conscious change in the built environment to make accessible, positive and progressive impacts on communities. She is a landscape architect, artist and educator with fifteen years of experience working with private and public developments across the country. Kimberly’s work has been internationally recognized, published, and exhibited. She was named 2023-24 Landscape Architecture Foundation Fellow for Innovation and Leadership, 40 Under 40 Urban Innovator by NextCity.org. and 40 Under 40 Honoree by the Sacramento Business Journal. In addition to her practice, she sits on the Board of Directors for the Crocker Art Museum and Downtown Sacramento Foundation. She has taught at the University of California, Davis Department of Human Ecology and Harvard University’s Career Discovery program. Kimberly previously served as the President of the ASLA Sierra Chapter and member of the Midtown Association Woman in Placemaking Committee. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Landscape Architecture from UC Berkeley and Master of Landscape Architecture from the Harvard Graduate School of Design.