Johnson, Kim

Author Description

Kim Johnson is an Environmental Engineer currently working on a six month detail to the Oregon Operations Office for the US Environmental Protection Agency. In her current position, she is responsible for providing support on the Columbia River Toxics Reduction Strategy and EPA’s National Commitment to the Columbia River in EPA’s Strategic Plan. She also represents EPA at the Columbia River Basin Federal Caucus and is currently leading a Water Quality Focus Workgroup of Federal Agency Representatives to identify collaborative Federal opportunities to reduce toxics in the Columbia River Basin. Ms. Johnson has over twenty years of experience with the federal government. Her experience includes 11 years in the EPA office in Kansas City, Kansas, five years with the Bureau of Reclamation in Montana, and five years with the USDA Forest Service in Idaho and Montana. Ms. Johnson has a Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering from Montana State University.

Authored Reports

Columbia River Toxics: EPA’s Columbia River Basin State of the River Report for Toxics