Kimberly White empowers attorneys and business professionals through dynamic, cutting edge techniques she has translated from 25+ years in the professional theater. Kimberly is one of 200 world-wide teachers trained and certified by Master Teacher Kristin Linklater in her premiere voice method, Freeing the Natural Voice. With Seattle attorney Mary Ruth Mann, Kimberly created “Compelling Voice, Compelling Story”, a 2-4 day CLE training they co-lead nationally.


Kimberly has presented and led trainings for Advocates at:

The Women’s Advocacy Project, San Francisco
Women of Washington State Association for Justice, Seattle
San Francisco Trial Lawyers Association
Consumer Attorneys of San Diego
Seattle Public Defenders Litigation Talent Academy
Snohomish County Public Defenders
American Association of Trial Consultants
Washington State Assoc. for Justice (“Twelve Heroes & your Compelling Voice”)
Seattle University CLE program
University of Oregon School of Law, Eugene
Trial Lawyers College NW Association
The World Globe Forum Fellows, New York


Clients Include:

Dickson Teesan, LLP
Frank Freed Subit & Thomas, LLP
Law office of Susan B. Mindenberg
Reed LongyearMalnati & Ahrens, PLLC
Public Interest Law Group, PLLC
MacDonald Hoague & Bayless
Mann & Kytle, PLLC
Cline & Casillas, PS
Law office of Nicole Gainey
Nelson Boyd, PLLC
Leonard W. Moen & Associates


Deloitte Financial
Group Health Cooperative
Seattle Public Schools



BFA, California Institute of the Arts
Shakespeare & Company, Lenox, Mass.
William Esper, New York City
Philippe Gaulier, Clown
Kristin Linklater, Voice (Designated Teacher, 1993)

Seattle Shakespeare Company:
Tex& Voice3 Director, 2004-2011
(Worked on 26 main stage productions including award winning productions of Hamlet, Taming of the Shrew, Merchant of Venice and King Lear)

Shakespeare & Company:
Faculty member for January Intensives since 1994
Main stage coach and Lamentation Director for Richard III

Prague Shakespeare Company:
Text/Voice Coach: Julius Caesar, & original Kafka production

Sun Valley Shakespeare Company:
Co-Founder, Director: Taming of the Shrew

Seattle Children’s Theater:
Voice Coach: Peter Pan

Canadian TV Series: The Transformers
Dialect coach; “Diva” episode

Seattle Symphony
Dialogue coach for Conductor Gerard Schwartz “Musically Speaking” CD series

Voice/Lamentation director: Richard III

Guest Artist & Teaching:
University of Washington PAPT
University of Oregon, Eugene
University of British Columbia
Otterbein College, Ohio
Freehold Theater Lab
Korean University of the Arts
Seattle Central Community College
Young Shakespeare Company
Cornish College of the Arts

Acting roles include:
Margaret in Richard III (Seattle Shakespeare Company
Elizabeth in Richard III (Maryland Shakespeare Company)
Emilia in Othello (Maryland Shakespeare Company)
Olivia in Twelfth Night (Sun Valley Shakespeare Festival)
Cassandra in Trojan Women (Off-Off Broadway, NYC)