Kim is a biologist, project manager, and environmental DNA (eDNA) innovator. She’s worked on a wide range of environmental impact assessments and environmental permitting projects across east-central Canada in the oil and gas, transportation, renewable energy, municipal, provincial, federal, and private sectors.
As the federal government sector coordinator for eastern Canada’s ecosystems team, Kim coordinates our pursuit and delivery of solutions to our federal clients for their species assessment and management challenges. This includes fish, wildlife, and their habitats with a focus on species at risk and migratory birds. Kim is passionate and driven to explore and test the limits of eDNA to provide solutions to clients’ species-related challenges.
Kim enjoys sharing her love of nature and exploration by raising her two young children with her husband in the countryside along the beautiful St. Lawrence River.