Kim is a person with high personal integrity who always displays an infectious enthusiasm for the job. She is an exceptional problem solver and always willing to tackle new projects. She is hard-working, intelligent and does extremely well at multi-tasking. Kim started working with non-profits in 2004 as a caregiver in a group home for developmentally disabled adults. As she learned more about her clients, her passion to help others grew.
When Kim was approached by the President of Generations Against Bullying, she felt that would be a great fit for her passion and commitment for helping others, so she started volunteering in 2013 and in 2014 she left her job at the group home to work in GAB’s office as Manager.
As a Girl Scout troop leader for 8 years Kim has learned how to work with parents, children and community members. Kim has always been willing to step up. Her ability to get along with people from diverse backgrounds is exceptional and coupled with her creativity has been her a true asset to the organization. She is a hard-working, resourceful and solution oriented person who is well liked by everyone.
Growing up with parents in the Navy, Kim has had the opportunity to live in many different areas of the United States. Her favorite places are Ewa Beach, Hawaii and Seattle, Washington. Kim loves knitting, crocheting and sci-fi and most of her art has to do with those three things