Kim is an expert project manager who has broad experience in the Washington, DC area organizing programs with government agencies, non-profit organizations, institutions and businesses. Her areas of expertise include project management, budget development, work plan supervision, event management, client relations, community outreach and engagement, and program design support.
Kim has worked with groups such as the National Youth Advocacy Coalition, National Institutes of Health, DC Neighborhood Action and Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. For the past three years, she has managed the citizen engagement efforts with the Walter Reed Local Redevelopment Authority and Department of State as they develop reuse plans for the former Walter Reed Army Medical Center site. Her broad experience includes working on large teams partnering with planning firms on urban planning projects in Washington DC, Prince George’s County Maryland and Flint, Michigan. From 2007-2013 Kim was a senior program associate for AmericaSpeaks providing citizen engagement strategies for local governments, non-profits and communities. As project executive and project manager, she provided oversight and leadership on numerous large-scale projects.