Kim calls the Washington Metropolitan (DMV) area home, more specifically Sterling, VA. She has been in multicultural affairs and higher education for over 10 years and enjoys working with students. Prior to coming to Charlotte, Kim served as the Associate Director of ALANA Services at Loyola University Maryland for 6 years and as the Assistant Director of the Center for Multicultural Student Services at James Madison University (JMU) for three years. She is a “Double Duke,” receiving her B.S. in Psychology and Masters in Counseling with a concentration in College Student Personnel Administration from JMU as well.
Working with young women and building transformative leaders is Kim’s passion. She served as the Director of the Female Institute for Learning and Development, a pre-collegiate program at James Madison University for three years and most recently, created a holistic retention program for women of color at Loyola University Maryland called Sister to Sister. Kim currently serves as the Vice President of Programming for the Bryant Educational Leadership Group, a national organization that strives to enable, equip, and empower student leaders to transform themselves, their campuses, their communities and the world.
Kim enjoys watching and playing sports, cheering for the Redskins, satisfying her foodie fix and spending time with family and friends.
“Life is not about how many breathes you take, but about the moments that take your breath away."