Kimberly Hosken has restarted her green consulting business after nearly 6 years at Johnson Controls, Inc. Kim continues to provide customers with green expertise through consulting and education. At Johnson Controls she provided similar services to typical LEED consultants but on a global basis directly impacting customers. She has been a leader in international applications of LEED leading design charrettes in China, Egypt, Chile, and Canada while continuing to support the US market. Kim has experience with all of the LEED rating systems and providing large scale benchmarking for portfolios of international companies.
Kim participated in the LEED Manufacturing User Group, a dedicated group of industry professionals working to create more opportunities for greener, healthier and more efficient manufacturing facilities.
She also participated in the LEED Fellow review process for the class of 2013. Kim became a LEED Fellow in 2012.
As a LEED Fellow she provided training for both internal and external
customers. Prior to joining Johnson Controls Kim held the position of
Director LEED, New Construction for the US Green Building Council in
Washington DC. She has been a speaker at multiple conferences where she has
presented her work on Return on Investment (ROI) for green strategies and
construction. Kim has developed and delivered multiple LEED and Green
Building training programs globally, over 3000 people have attended her
Kim has a MBA from Webster University, St. Louis and a B.S. in business from
Sierra Nevada College, Lake Tahoe.