Kimathi L. Boothe, CEM, PMP

Kimathi L. Boothe

Vice President of Energy Operations

Kimathi Boothe is a Certified Energy Manager and Project Management Professional with over twenty years of engineering experience with progressive technical and management responsibilities, including fifteen years specializing in energy-efficient building science. He has developed expertise and achieved success through leading diverse teams in the evaluation, management and/or delivery of over 350 commercial and industrial energy-efficiency projects.

As Vice President of Energy Operations for Dunamis Clean Energy Partners, Mr. Boothe is the strategic planner and executer of programs and projects within two divisions of the company: Energy Management services and LED Lighting products, as well as for its wholly owned subsidiary Dunamis Charge which manufactures Electric Vehicle Chargers at a newly refurbished production facility in Detroit, MI. Having been with Dunamis for ten years serving as Consultant, Project Engineer, and Sr. Project Manager, he now manages teams of engineers and energy managers to drive innovation and performance toward company goals.

Kimathi was born in Detroit, MI and is the proud father of one. He attended Morehouse College in Atlanta, GA and Oakland University in Rochester, MI where he majored in mathematics and electrical engineering, respectively. He became the Founding President of the Oakland University chapter of the National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE), and has dedicated substantial time to tutoring, training, and developing the next generation of engineer activists.

Mr. Boothe has also received numerous awards and accolades from various professional and civic organizations throughout his career, most recently and notably the “Program Excellence Award” from DNVGL/DTE-EEPB and the “Outstanding Success and Service Award” from the NAACP (Northern Oakland County Branch). Kimathi is also actively involved in church and as the Environmental & Climate Justice Chair for the NAACP (NOCB), as well as the Association of Energy Engineers, Engineering Society of Detroit, and American Association of Blacks in Energy.