Kimberly Taylor

Director Member Services  

As a member of the Clean Transportation Industry Services team, Kimberly’s responsibilities include the development, oversight  and implementation of the program and service benefits created for the consortium of clean transportation industry members. She works closely with member companies to identify the synergies between their needs and the services CALSTART offers. Special target interest areas include working with fleet managers, and developing collaborations with new and entrenched public and private entities committed to accelerating the advanced vehicle transportation industry. Kimberly also serves on CALSTART’s High-Efficiency Truck Users Forum (HTUF) team providing project management services and working with industry stakeholders to achieve common goals. Kimberly is the Secretary of the Board of Directors of the Transportation Energy Partners (TEP) where she serves as CALSTART’s representative.

Kimberly has worked in the alternative fuels and vehicles industry for fifteen years. Prior to joining CALSTART, she was the Director of Education and Business Programs for the Alternative Fuel Vehicle Institute, serving as the primary liaison with stakeholders and overseeing industry communications. Prior to that,  Kimberly worked for the Department of Energy’s (DOE) National Renewable Energy Laboratory as a Senior Project Leader in the Center for Transportation Technologies and Systems. She also managed strategic planning and industry stakeholder relations for DOE’s Clean Cities program, which included lead responsibility for the national Clean Cities Conference.

Kimberly has a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science and Communications from Luther College in Decorah, Iowa. She has completed two years of study in a Master’s program at the Graduate School of International Studies at the University of Denver.  Kimberly is located in CALSTART’s Lakewood, Colorado office.