Kimberly Kutina serves San Diego Zoo Global as a Research Coordinator in Community Engagement. In this role, she coordinates conservation education programs focused at the national and regional level, including professional development workshops for life science teachers, conservation science classroom kits, and field trips to our Conservation Education Lab for area middle and high school science classes.
Kimberly is involved in the logistical planning, curricula development, evaluation, and delivery of our Teacher Workshops in Conservation Science. She is currently developing new conservation science classroom kits to deliver to our teacher workshop alumni and is updating the conservation module curricula used for visiting school groups. Delivering these modules to visiting students is a one of her favorite job duties.
Kimberly earned her bachelor’s degree in Biological Anthropology from the University of California, San Diego, and is a native San Diegan. She loves spending time outdoors with her miniature dachshund and is thrilled to work for an organization that fed her love for nature over countless childhood visits.