Kim is an environmental scientist with a passion for integrating nature and water into built environments to protect and enhance ecological systems as well as create vibrant, liveable and sustainable communities. She has been working as a consultant for over 15 years specifically on catchment and waterway management, green infrastructure and water-sensitive urban design (WSUD) projects.

Kim is a systems thinker who can synthesis complex scenarios into comprehensive but easily understood concepts and frameworks. Kim has worked closely with clients across Australia in the development of holistic strategies, policies and plans for future management of green infrastructure including natural areas, waterway corridors, stormwater treatment systems, parks and street trees to drive co-investment and delivery of multiple outcomes from these important assets.

Through her collaboration with designers, Kim has been instrumental in the development of highly effective visual communication tools which have assisted her clients to gain support and momentum to transition towards being a water-sensitive city. Kim has also been involved in the development of industry training programs and design guidelines to promote the adoption of water-sensitive urban design across both the urban and rural settings.