As Equilibrium’s Director of Research, Kimberley is responsible for thought leadership and new product innovation. Her in-depth sector research informs the development of the firm’s investment strategies and she is an enthusiastic believer in Equilibrium’s “sustainability drives returns” philosophy. Areas of focus include affordable housing and green real estate, agriculture and food, and water and wastewater infrastructure.
Prior to joining Equilibrium, Kimberley spent nearly 20 years as an economic and real estate advisor, crafting land and portfolio strategies for clients ranging from institutional investors, developers, and corporations, to public sector entities and non-profit organizations. She has held senior consulting positions with global real estate firm, CBRE, providing guidance for large-scale development and redevelopment projects, transit-oriented planning, neighborhood revitalization, and corporate portfolio optimization. Earlier roles include research positions with PwC, Intrawest, and Clarion Partners.Throughout her career, she has leveraged her research skills to create compellingbusiness cases in support of positive economic, social, and environmental outcomes.
A strong proponent of responsible land use as a sustainability driver, Kimberley is active in the Urban Land Institute (ULI). She has authored numerous reports and participated in advisory services panels, with the goal of providing forward-thinking solutions to community issues such as healthy design, housing options, and food access. She also volunteers as an expert advisor to STAR Communities and the Center for Responsible Travel.
Corporate Perk or Company Town?, Urban Land Magazine, 2015.