Kim is a river lover and advocate for racial equity with more than 20 years of nonprofit governance experience. She has served as Board Chair to American Rivers, the South Yuba River Citizens League, and the Center for Domestic Violence Prevention.
After receiving a B.A. from Stanford and a J.D. from Columbia Law, Kim began her legal career at Morrison & Foerster, then managed a nonprofit legal program for domestic violence survivors, consulted for the courts regarding unrepresented litigants, and later joined the California Judicial Council as a policy attorney. Kim was a political consultant on Kamala Harris’ first campaign for San Francisco District Attorney and later served on Harris’ transition team as she assumed the role of California Attorney General.
Kim is passionate about increasing nonprofit impact through optimal governance practices and maximizing the board/staff partnership. Kim and her husband Chris live in Durango, Colorado where they hike daily with their dogs and spend as much time as possible on the Animas River.