Kimberly attended both the University of California at Davis (ENG ‘92), and the Art Center College of Design (Ill ’98/Honors). She has written two textbooks on mobile game design, “Game Development Essentials: Mobile Game Development” and “The Official Game Salad Guide to Game Development” both designed to serve as an entry point for new developers. She is currently the CEO/Founder of Bushi-go, Inc. and serves as an adviser with the Harvard Business School start-up partners program. She also lectures at UCSC’s Baskin School of Engineering as part of their Games and Playable Media Master’s degree program and in her remaining time writes science-fiction.
- Art Center College of DesignIll, 1995 - 1998Graduated Cum Laude with a degree in Illustration and a specialization in Digital Media (back when the Digital Department was still being envisioned).
- University of California, DavisEnglish, 1988 - 1992Graduated with a Major in English Literature and a Minor in Writing. Discovered later on that the symbolic languages of literature have a direct parallel in video-games and modern media.
- University of California, Santa CruzLecturer, presentLecturing on the intersection between art and code at UCSC's Baskin School of Engineering as a part of their Master's degree program in Games and Playable Media.
- Bushi-go, Inc.CEO, present