Kim guides Hopelab’s operations and finance functions to support Hopelab’s staff with the appropriate infrastructure, systems, and organizational capabilities to successfully carry out their work and advance the mission. Kim has extensive experience leading and scaling effective policies and operational solutions in the non-profit and private sectors. Prior to joining Hopelab, Kim led the finance, human resources, and operations functions for the Campaign Legal Center, Brookings Institution’s Metropolitan Policy Program, and National Policing Institute. During her tenure with Booz Allen Hamilton, Kim managed a multimillion-dollar technology solutions contract with the U.S. Department of Justice, including providing contract oversight and subject matter expertise for the support of national policies to improve information-sharing capacity.
Kim holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Government from Georgetown University, a Master of Public Policy from American University, and a Project Management Professional (PMP) certification from the Project Management Institute.