Kimberly's professional career has spanned the course of 30 years. 

Notable accomplishments include the ground breaking and grand opening of The Luxor Hotel, and work on This Week with David Brinkley - "The Pros and Cons of Gaming."  She handled the marketing of The Fremont Experience, both pre and post construction, and served as location manager for the iconic venue, creating its profitable commercial filming and photography program. During her tenure at The Fremont Experience, Kimberly worked on numerous high profile advertising campaigns, special events, sponsorship programs, and movie, music video and commercial photography shoots.

Since, Kimberly has provided marketing consultation, management, and representation, for a variety of noteworthy companies including Earthlink Network, Macerich, Archstone-Smith and Vestar.

In her position as Director of Marketing & Strategic Sponsorship for Vestar, she spent 10 years overseeing marketing programs for numerous full-scale retail properties.

During her time with Vestar Kimberly played a role in the company's success and growth through marketing presentations and programs, a multitude of events and promotions, positive media exposure, and a profitable sponsorship program. She oversaw the pre and post grand opening marketing for The District at Tustin Legacy, introduced Union Market Tustin to the project, and launched a new creative campaign and grand re-opening event for The District at Green Valley Ranch.

Kimberly has utilized her various platforms in corporate America to support the cause closest to her heart - finding a cure for Cystic Fibrosis (CF). She has served on the committee for the 65 Roses Golf Classic (http://www.65rosesgolfclassic.com) and Pipeline to a Cure (http://pipelinetoacure) for the past several years.

With the launch of Creative Clarity Inc., fashion, real estate, retail, restaurant, multi-housing clients, and more, have been able to directly to enhance their brands and prompt business growth by working with her.

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