Kim had a distinguished career as a Field Officer with the Central Intelligence Agency where she served for twenty-eight years in many different countries. She worked extensively on counterterrorism and intelligence issues. While at the CIA, Kim lived in over ten different countries such as Greece, United Kingdom, Italy, Iraq and Afghanistan and has moving down to an absolute science.
Before relocation to Sarasota Kim lived for many years in New York City where she established The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award in the New York Metropolitan Area and served as the President until 2016. Her nonprofit fulfills the mission of giving every person aged fourteen to twenty-four the opportunity to receive academic scholarships.
Kim and her husband Mark now split their time between Florida and New Jersey and are active philanthropists in both areas. They support Forty Carrots, The Moffitt Cancer Center, the National Academy Foundation (NAF), Ronald McDonald House, The Queen Elizabeth II September 11 Garden, and The After School Corporation (TASC) ExpandED Schools.
Kim received her Bachelor of Arts from Robert Morris College in Pittsburgh, PA. As a result, she is a diehard Steelers fan. Everyone that knows Kim deeply cares for her and appreciates her gregarious nature. Due to her background, Kim can focus under intense pressure and produce results. Her approach to moving and organization is calm, efficient, and expedient.