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November 6, 2018 — Elección General de California
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Inland Empire Utilities AgencyCandidato para Director, Division 3

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Kimberly Y. Mosley

Engineer / Consultant
19,899 votos (48.95%)
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Mis 3 prioridades principales

  • To achieve goals of ensuring above average service levels in water quality, delivery, and purification for not just the existing population but also for the expected growth in both residential and commercial water consumption.
  • Increasing transparency and community education of water issues and the related energy/environmental concerns associated with delivering, purifying, and sanitizing the water necessary for sustaining our community.
  • Increase community participation and engagement in protecting and conserving Chino Basin water resources.



Profesión:College Instructor, Consultant, Engineer
Adjunct Faculty, Long Beach City College (2013–current)
Adjunct Faculty, Rio Hondo College (2010–current)
Adjunct Faculty, Norco College (2014–current)
Principal Consultant-Instructor, KYMS Consulting (2009–current)
Nuclear Engineer III, Southern California Edison (1989–2008)


Cal State Fullerton Master of Science, Environmental Engineering (2014)
University of La Verne Masters of Science, Business Administration (1998)
Cal Poly Pomona Bachelors of Science, Electrical and Electronics Engineering (1989)

Actividades comunitarias

Member, American Society of Mechanical Engineers (2008–current)
Senior Member-Membership Chair, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (1996–current)
Member, Association of Women in Water, Energy, and Environment (2012–current)



Kimberly Mosley is Principal Consultant of KYMS Consulting. A veteran of the Power and Energy Sector, Kimberly brings more than twenty years of experience in power systems analysis, electrical system design and protection, equipment protection, energy supply and demand, equipment specification and procurement. This background and experience also includes a comprehensive working and applied knowledge of federal regulatory requirements under NCR 10CFR50, “Domestic Licensing of Production and Utilization Facilities”, the “National Electric Code (NEC)”, the “Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)”, and numerous technical standards developed by “The American National Standards Institute (ANSI) and The Institute for Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)”, that govern the design, operation, and maintenance of power systems and equipment. As Principal Consultant, Kimberly also brings extensive project engineering and management experience and holds degrees BS Electrical Engineering, MS Environmental Engineering, and Masters in Business Administration. Kimberly is a licensed professional engineer in the State of California and holds active membership in the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), Association of Women in Water, Energy and the Environment (AWWEE), American Association of University Women (AAUW), and is a Senior Member, current Foothill Section Membership Chair and past PES Chapter Chair in the IEEE.


 Kimberly became Principal Engineer and Consultant of KYMS Consulting in 2009 which also includes KYMS Engineering and Business Services. With a Green Technology and Environmental Engineering emphasis, these businesses promote renewable energy solutions through sound engineering design, public education and awareness, industry training, responsible professional leadership and development of technical standards. Kimberly personally instructs students in Alternative Energy Technology, Electricity Fundamentals, Workplace Safety, Advanced Lighting Controls, supports college curriculum development, provides engineering design and review services for Energy related projects, and provides grant development and writing services for non-profit organizations focused on sustainable practices


Creencias poliza

Filosofía política


I welcome the opportunity to share my non political views in this section titled political philosophy.  I do this with just a bit of irony as during this process of attempting election to a board seat which is about oversight of utility operations the whole endeavor is geared toward political process and procedure!  I consider myself a lifelong learner always trying to better understand my world so that I can be a better, more informed, compassionate, and fair participant in the communities in which I live.  Through my journey I have desired to serve others but have not always felt that when given the opportunity that service made a difference.  I know that it has but not often in a way the fully utilizes who I am.


 I do my best to be a good steward of what I have been blessed with which fundamentally includes the physical environment that sustains me.  I founded KYMS Consulting with this in mind.  Every day as I grow older my desire to contribute to sustaining what we have accomplished by way of the simple necessities, clean water, clean communities, open spaces, good air quality, abundant energy, connected resources, and strong education infrastructure has driven me to look for opportunities to be more engaged and participate.  Again the irony here is that what I aspire to is in fact for some a ‘political’ orientation because it asserts a common and social good that might be construed as ‘green’ or ‘democratic’, ‘left leaning’, or ‘independent’.  Fortunately I will simply acknowledge the shared ideas, the first step toward agreement and focus on improving outcomes for my legacy of three children and at present eight grandchildren, along with the rest of my fellow neighbors and citizens!


 I am seeking election to the Inland Empire Utilities Agency (IEUA) Board of Directors representing Chino and Chino Hills.  Community service that maximizes a skill set that I have acquired in my lifetime underscores my non political views.   Consistent with my beliefs in shared stewardship and leadership in promoting sustainable communities through increased public education, compliance oversight, and promotion of both technical and financial best practices, I believe a first step is supporting and serving community where we can, with our strengths and time.  The IEUA seeks to provide the best in water services both consumption and wastewater treatment at a low cost and high quality.  Water is vital to sustaining communities.   I hope there will be many who share my views and will elect me this November 6 to IEUA Board Division 3.

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