Kimberly White currently serves as the Global Program Director for the U.S. Green Chamber of Commerce. She joined USGCC as a Research and  Sustainability Associate. She was promoted to Project Manager and Coordinator and then to Director of the Global Green Consumers program.  Kimberly has researched, taught and written articles about consumerism, business sustainability, environmental awareness, and alternative energy; created presentations and webinars dealing with waste management and water conservation; helped to develop and oversee several international certification programs for working professionals on topics such as green business, climate change, and social entrepreneurship; spearheaded a global summit featuring sustainability experts from around the world; and currently leads global program development and outreach. As part of the global program, Kimberly connects leaders around the world to foster change and innovation in sustainability. In addition to her role at USGCC, Kimberly also served as the Editor-in-Chief for the Sea Turtle Preservation Society from 2016-2018. She received her Climate Reality Leadership training
alongside former U.S. Vice President Al Gore. Kimberly was named Co-Chair of The Climate Reality Project Central Florida Chapter in 2017. She is an ambassador for The 5 Gyres Institute. Kimberly currently serves as a researcher at Lean & Green Supply Chain Management Lab at Karatay Üniversitesi in Konya, Turkey.