Kim firmly believes that relationship building is critical to creating a trusting and effective working partnership. Her adaptability and attention to customer service stems from a high degree of commitment and strong sense of responsibility. Kim works closely with association boards and committees to provide organizational administration and oversight, while proactively creating momentum in areas where growth can happen.
Kim’s years of association management experience combined with her well-rounded volunteer experience, including serving as volunteer chair and in several board positions, helps her understand volunteerism from the association and the volunteer’s perspective. She genuinely appreciates the level of commitment that volunteers exhibit when serving the needs of their industry and wants to provide them with the best possible service.
She is a member of the American Society of Association Executives (ASAE) and holds the CAE (Certified Association Executive) designation. Kim graduated from Bethel University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Organizational Leadership and received a Master’s in Public and Nonprofit Administration from Metropolitan State University. Kim enjoys spending time with family and friends, gardening, soapmaking, staying active and researching health and organics.