Kim Grove is a professional engineer, whose 25+ years of experience has spanned the spectrum of civil engineering including stormwater management, land development design, environmental site assessment and remediation, geotechnical engineering and forensic analysis, construction management, and materials testing. A graduate of the Florida Institute of Technology, Ms. Grove spent most of her career as a private engineering consultant working throughout the Southeast and mid-Atlantic region, until she joined Baltimore City Department of Public Works in December 2010. Ms. Grove currently serves as the Chief for the Office of Compliance and Research, which is committed to enhancing environmental regulatory compliance for the Department through collaboration, management program improvements, and regulatory enforcement. Ms. Grove serves as the manager for the City’s MS4 permit and was instrumental in the City implementing a stormwater fee in 2013. She has worked with the Urban Waters Federal Partnership Actionable Science Committee, the Baltimore Ecosystem Study, and many of the region’s academic researchers to integrate scientific research with policy decisions for the Department. Ms. Grove currently serves on the advisory committee for the Stormwater Institute, under the Water Environment Federation. Since 2016, Ms. Grove has served on the technical advisory committee for the National Green Infrastructure Certification Program (NGICP) to establish national certification standards for green infrastructure construction, inspection, and maintenance workers.