Kimathi Boothe, CEM, PMP, is the vice president of Energy Operations for Dunamis Clean Energy Partners, who strategically plans and executes programs and projects for the company’s Energy Management, LED Lighting, and EV Changing departments. Boothe has been with Dunamis for over seven years serving as a consultant, Project Engineer, and Senior Project Manager before serving in his current role.
Boothe has received numerous awards and accolades from various professional and civic organizations throughout his career, including the Program Excellence Award from DNV GL and DTE Energy Efficiency Program for Business and the Outstanding Success and Service Award from the NAACP Northern Oakland County Branch. Boothe is also actively involved with NAACP, the Association of Energy Engineers, the Engineering Society of Detroit, and the American Association of Blacks in Energy.
Boothe attended Morehouse College in Atlanta, GA, and Oakland University, where he majored in mathematics and electrical engineering, respectively, earning his BSEE. He was the founding president of the Oakland University chapter of the National Society of Black Engineers.