Based in Sydney, Australia, Kim Skellern is an environmental scientist with AECOM’s environment business line. Her work involves quantifying and qualifying a project’s impact on the biophysical, social and economic environment, paired with a process of community consultation in order to gather feedback on a project’s design and to better understand how a project may impact a community. Kim is passionate about sustainability and renewable energy, thus joined the Pollinate Energy Professionals Fellowship Program to get involved with a social business making a tangible impact on people’s lives and communities through renewable energy products.