Wildflower’s strategic vision is customer-centric. Our leaders, current and those waiting in the wings, are not wedded to the past, but to the role we have earned in an expanded universe of opportunity. How we see and present ourselves is critical to bringing others – our staff, customers, and suppliers - into that vision. The Executive Leadership Team not only brings a wealth of talent and depth of experience to bear, they also have a lot of heart, and that goes a long way. Please meet them …


Kimberly deCastro
President and CEO

President Kimberly stands apart because she holds the belief that her work is a reflection of herself. A native of Santa Fe, Kimberly founded Wildflower International Ltd. from her daughter’s bedroom in 1991. Her goal was to create a company based on honesty and integrity, which allowed a balance between work and home life for her and her employees.Groomed by its first major contract for the Department of Energy, Wildflower is now the first class federal contractor that Kimberly always knew it could be. Her non-conventional approach is the cornerstone of the company’s success. It’s reflected in everything from the company’s branding to its day to day operations, and leaves Wildflower open to ideas, opportunities and solutions that others often fail to consider.

In her free time, Kimberly can be found working in her vegetable garden and tending to her chickens. In 1998 she was honored by the Department of the Interior with a national award for “Land Stewardship and Development” for her restorations of local wetlands. Her efforts stretched across 5,000 acres to improve the environment for wildlife and people alike. Kimberly’s sense of stewardship extends even further as a foster parent.Whether it’s tending to her garden, working to protect her local environment, or maintaining the largest woman owned business in New Mexico, Kimberly sees success as her personal responsibility.

Carly Rhodeside
Chief of Operations

Carly is Wildflower’s Chief of Operations. Carly has 18 years of experience with Wildflower and in government IT management. Her longtime passion for innovation in technology and management has been borne out in her work on projects with the National Nuclear Security Administration’s ESN, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s FirstSource Contracts, NASA SEWP-V, and U.S. Army ITES-3H. As the granddaughter of immigrants, she is deeply committed to and proud of her contributions at the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services. From building her own computers in high school to developing strategies for federal agencies, Carly brings something “wild” to everything she does. Never without her Kindle, Carly is an ardent fan of science fiction, history, politics, gluten-free cooking, as well as being an avid band and sports mom.

Brian Shelton
Chief Financial Officer

Brian (CGFM, CTP, MBA) leverages his experience in employee engagement, budgeting, internal controls, treasury management, and business case analysis to develop Wildflower’s financial supply chain and to improve working capital management. His passions are to motivate employees to acquire the knowledge and skills needed to advance their careers and to help Wildflower demonstrate responsible corporate citizenship. Brian volunteers in the Santa Fe community as Treasurer of Boards for All, a 401(c)3 non-profit dedicated to youth snowboarding, and as Governing Council Member (Finance) of the Academy for Technology and the Classics, a public charter school dedicated to Fearless Learners. Brian loves hiking, skiing, and swimming, and he enjoys diverse cultures and foreign language.

Jim Montoya
Executive Vice President of Sales & Business Development

Jim has worn a number of hats since joining Wildflower in 2003 as a member of the inside sales department, moving on to National Sales Manager. Today, he manages the internal technology department and is responsible for developing new customer strategies around the latest advancements in technology.

Jim has in recent years earned his CCNP and MCP certifications, reinvesting his knowledge back into the company ensuring Wildflower continues to grow.

Jim went to the Al Collins Graphic Design School in Tempe, Arizona, where he studied Digital Video Production. In his spare time Jim enjoys photography, editing his own video web content, and patiently providing free tech support for everyone’s iPods.

Kyle Fairman
Executive Vice President of Human Resources

Kyle (SHRM-SCP, PHR) returned to Wildflower in 2010 as Human Resources Manager, and has held the position of EVP of HR since 2016. He previously held the position of Wildflower’s District Sales Manager from 2005-2007. Kyle brings over 20 years of management experience, having joined Wildflower from Staples, the largest office supply retailer in the North America. While at Staples, Kyle held positions of Operations, Sales, and General Manager. With both a bachelor’s and a master’s degree in the arts, and his success in the corporate-world, Kyle brings a balanced right and left brain experience to the table; creatively, compassionately, and fairly managing Wildflower’s human resources division. He is, as we like to say, a Fair Man. In his personal time, Kyle can be found playing music, dabbling in the martial arts, and spending time with his family, including two dust-mop dogs named Jasper and Lucky.