Kim had a successful career as an attorney in the pharmaceutical industry, most recently at Bristol-Myers Squibb, where she provided counsel to the R&D (research and development) teams that work to bring life- saving treatments to those diagnosed with cancer. Kim recently left her work as an attorney to pursue her long-standing interests in the environment, health and wildlife in the non-profit sector.
Kim is an avid gardener and lover of birds and other wildlife. Her love of nature has taken her to Africa and other locations to enjoy the wildlife and has inspired her support of conservation efforts. She has also volunteered at the Mercer County Wildlife Center.
Reflecting her strong commitment to service, Kim has provided legal services to, and served on the boards of a variety of charitable organizations, most recently Trinity Counseling Service in Princeton, N.J. She has also provided training throughout her career on both health care and legal topics. Kim received her undergraduate degree from Georgetown University, her graduate degree from University of Pennsylvania and law degree from Temple University.