When she is not working, human resources expert Kimberly Mule loves to go on adventures. Whether she is parasailing, cliff jumping in Mexico, water or snow skiing, traveling to far-off places, or snorkeling through a school of fish, Kimberly Mule has a passion for excitement. To relax, she prefers professionally developing her career and taking her 16-year-old son to visit her mother in Florida. For her first big adventure, Kimberly Mule left her home in Wyoming to stake her claim in New York. Once there, she earned her Associate of Applied Science degree in Accounting from Berkeley College. She followed this by attending Pace University’s Lubin School of Business, where she was the recipient of a Dean’s Scholarship Award. In Tarrytown, New York, Kimberly Mule took her first professional position as a Human Resources Associate for Hitachi America, Ltd. Two and a half years later, she went to Stamford, Connecticut, to work with Vertrue, Inc. (formerly known as MemberWorks, Inc.), as a Human Resources Generalist. Next, she accepted an offer to become the Director of Human Resources for Learn2.com. In 2002, Kimberly Mule spent over a year working as Manager of the Human Resources Consulting Division for Information Builders in New York City. Next, her commute took her back to Stamford to take a position as the Director of Human Resources North America for Boots Retail USA Inc. Kimberly Mule spent more than four years in this capacity, strategically developing the Human Resources department, compiling an employee handbook filled with best practices, and operating with a budget of $3 million. In 2008, Kimberly Mule became the Human Resources Manager for Kobrand Corporation, one of the largest wine and spirits suppliers in the United States. There, she scored a number of successes, such as negotiating benefit plans that would result in little to no increase in spending while boosting employee morale during financially difficult times. In 2010, Kimberly Mule struck out on her own as a private Human Resources Consultant. August 2011 saw her proudly accepting a position with the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, a nonprofit organization that seeks to find a cure for leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin’s disease, and myeloma.