Kim Foreman Graduated from Case Western Reserve University in 2001 with a degree in Sociology (honors), and a minor in chemistry. As the CEO at Environmental Health Watch in Cleveland, Kim has focused on Environmental Justice issues and adverse outcomes of environmental exposures both indoors and outdoors, that disproportionately impact poor and minority communities. During her 20+ years with EHW, she has developed, implemented and managed various local, direct service on the ground grassroots projects, worked on national projects, spoken at local and national conventions, and has appeared on several radio and television shows. She has been interviewed by the Plain Dealer, New York Times and featured in the Aljazeera English documentary, “Poison in Our Walls” and a contributing author for two publications.
Kim has been a licensed lead risk assessor for 20 years, and Roots of Success instructor. She has served and currently serving on several boards and advisory committees: HUD Lead and Healthy Homes Advisor, Equity Analysis on National Lead Policy Task Force, UH RB&C Community Advisory Board, Center for Achieving Equity (formerly Cuyahoga Place Matters Team), Rid-All Green Partnership Board Chair, Neighborhood Leadership Cleveland Board Member and Graduate Class #18