Alumni Profile: Kimberly Clements MEM-DEL ’07

Name: Kimberly Clements
Duke Degree: M.E.M. via the Duke Environmental Leadership Program, 2007
Title/Org: Fish Biologist, U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service
Contact: Kimberly_Clements@fws.gov

Professional Bio:

Kimberly Clements is a fish biologist with the Department of Interior, US Fish and Wildlife Service located in Sacramento, California. She works as a restoration coordinator under the San Joaquin River Restoration Program with the primary goal to restore a population of spring run Chinook salmon along a 150-mile portion of the San Joaquin’s river mainstem from Friant Dam (north of Fresno) downstream to the confluence of the Merced River. She works with local, state, and federal resource agency counterparts as well as landowners and non-government stakeholders to manage river flows, improve volitional passage for fish and restore juvenile and adult habitat.

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