Kimberly lends her expertise as a branding consultant, content creator and influence strategist to companies throughout the world. Current and previous clients include celebrities, fashion brands, charities, tech startups and premium platform television shows. Kimberly is the CEO of Project360, an apparel company, hailed as one of the first “cool” socially responsible brands to embrace the philanthropreneur movement long before it became a global phenomenon.
Kimberly founded Project360 in 2009 with Patrick Schwarzenegger and Nick Sheinberg. Project360 has been featured on the covers of Glamour and WWD; in Details, Italian Vogue and InStyle; and on “The View,” “MTV News” and “The Ellen Show.” Celebrity fans include Nina Dobrev, Olivia Munn, Ashley Greene, Giuliana Rancic, Eva Longoria and Jasmine Sanders.
Kimberly acquired the company in fall 2014, becoming it’s exclusive owner and expanding its original vision far beyond activewear. Since then, the company has become a sought-after provider of both creative and cause-marketing services, lending expertise in the areas of social good, social media, content creation, brand development, brand management and influence strategy. Her current and previous clients are disruptors, change-makers and trailblazers.
Some of her proudest achievements include helping Children’s Hospital Los Angeles launch it’s inaugural #MakeMarchMatter $1 million community fundraising campaign in 2016, and in 2019 beginning to support OUR HOUSE Grief Support Center in honor of her father Bruce F. Barth.
A former member of the R&B girl group MYNX, Kimberly was featured on Busta Rhymes’ It Ain't Safe No More album, singing the female lead for the international hit "Together" with Swizz Beatz and Rah Digga. She performed for President GW Bush and has sung the national anthem for professional sports teams including the Lakers and Clippers. She also starred in several musical theater national tours.
Kimberly was featured alongside Dwayne Johnson, Elton John, George Clooney, Oprah Winfrey, Serena Williams and Tom’s Shoes founder Blake Mycoskie in the coffee table book 100 Making A Difference.
Kimberly is a regular volunteer for both The Third Thursday and Companies for Kids programs at Children's Hospital Los Angeles, and an active participant in a mentorship program for young creative entrepreneurs. She previously served on the committee for the Rally for Kids L.A.
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