Kimberlee is an entertainment consultant, director and producer of theatre, dance and events. She began her career in entertainment as a professional dancer before transitioning to a career behind the scenes.
Kimberlee spent over a decade as Director of Entertainment for the National Basketball Association’s Brooklyn Nets. In this role, she directed and produced hundreds of performances and events at Barclays Center and created entertainment content for the NBA in fourteen countries around the world. She rebranded Nets’ entertainment for the Brooklyn market and created all of the team’s in-game entertainment assets, including the Brooklynettes and Brooklyn Nets Kids dance teams.
During her time with the Nets, Kimberlee directed the NBA’s first hip hop dance team composed entirely of dancers over age sixty – the Netsational Seniors. Their journey to center court stardom was captured in the documentary film Gotta Dance, directed and produced by Dori Berinstein, and their story was the inspiration behind the musical Half Time, directed and choreographed by Jerry Mitchell.
Kimberlee co-produced the original Broadway musical The Prom (Best Musical – Drama Desk), directed and choreographed by Casey Nicholaw, and she is a co-producer of The Prom’s national tour.