Kimber received her M.S. in Oceanography from Texas A&M University where she studied trace metal geochemistry in the Gulf of Maine. In addition, she received her B.S. in Environmental Studies from University of San Diego where she studied the effects of pollution on estuaries. While at University of San Diego, Kimber was a collegiate athlete on the women’s rowing team.

After undergrad, she spent a year teaching marine science at SEACAMP San Diego. At Kimber’s previous job, she served as a communications assistant for Texas Sea Grant and a research assistant studying sea turtles with Texas A&M’s Plotkin Lab.

Kimber enjoys fitness, pizza, and spending time outdoors with her awesome husband and dog Otis.