ASH Review: Second Quarter Edition 2013
Kim has served as a management professional in the non-profit sector for over 20 years with a past focus on animal welfare advocacy. Her experience includes fundraising, operations, public speaking and legislation.
She was born and raised in Upstate New York and moved to the Greater Washington, DC Metro area in 2003. She was employed for eight years by The Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) and has held positions at other NGOs as executive director, public relations/marketing director and development officer.
Kim possesses a broad range of knowledge in relationship-based fundraising, including the cultivation, acquisition and stewardship of both individual donors and corporate sponsors. She is a skilled writer and has developed successful grant proposals for foundation, academic and government entities, as well as compelling marketing materials for use in attracting, educating and motivating key supporters. She exhibits exceptional networking talent and communicates her mission and vision with both passion and clarity.
Kim earned a Master of Science in Business Management from State University of New York Institute of Technology, a Bachelor of Arts in Psychobiology and English from Hamilton College, and a certificate in Non-Profit Management from George Mason University. She has received recognition for her teamwork approach and her leadership and professional contributions to the community.
Kim’s inspiration for her new position with ASH is her amazing, beautiful mother, whom she lost much too soon to tobacco-related disease.