With a wide range of diverse experience and a talent network that spans the Nation, our partners at Yosemite Strategies have a track record of helping you amplify your voice above your competitors.



Kim Doster is a longtime public relations and political affairs professional with years of experience ranging from candidate campaigns to small business startups to the highest levels of the Federal government. 

In 2017, Kim’s expertise took her to Washington DC, where she served first at the US Department of Commerce, and then at the White House in the Office of Science & Technology Policy. Kim gained a first-hand look at national policymaking, and collaborated across agencies to promote strategic federal policies with a positive impact nationwide. Her work has supported efforts to promote trade, expand and protect critical infrastructure, and increase the Nation’s economic prosperity. 

Inspired by a love of the outdoors combined with her passion for public relations, Kim left Washington DC and founded Yosemite Strategies in 2021. Her work is now focused on creating and implementing strategic PR and messaging campaigns for businesses as well as building up support for candidate campaigns working to improve their local communities.



Tim Clark is a 30-year communications, public affairs and government relations strategist. He is an expert at messaging, brand development, public opinion analysis, public affairs, earned media growth, social media growth, digital advertising, and broadcast radio & television advertising.

Tim’s career includes serving as a Senior Executive in the Executive Office of the President, The White House, where he focused on communications.  Tim also served as the Chief Communications Officer at the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) and as Assistant Secretary for Public Affairs at the US Department of Health & Human Services (HHS).

He is a multiple winner of the Telly and Pollie Awards for creative advertising excellence.

A native Californian, Tim got his start in Silicon Valley before moving to Sacramento, and eventually Washington D.C.  He and his family now reside in the Inland Northwest.