The Science and Conservation Center
Kim earned a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration at Montana State University-Billings in 1992. She joined the Science and Conservation Center in 1993, first as a volunteer then as the conservation biologist and became the executive director in 2016. Kimberly also directs the captive animal fertility control program for the Center, which stretches from North America to Australia, maintains the wildlife contraceptive database, and the training of field personnel. Kim is a member of the Association of Zoos and Aquariums, and a board-member of the AZA Reproduction Management Center. Her work with wildlife fertility control has taken her across North America, Europe, South Africa and Australia. She has been the senior author or co-author on eight scientific papers or book chapters and has given numerous scientific talks at professional meetings over the years. She lives with her husband Darin, dogs Skippy and Phoebe, 6 chickens and 2 geckos in Billings MT.