Kim supports clients with user engagement to design and develop new technologies, fundraising and facilitating diverse groups of stakeholders around new ideas. She has more than 25 years of experience in program and policy development and project management, with a focus on natural resource planning, sustainable communities, environmental health, and local economic development. Kim has a MA in Natural Resource Planning from University of British Columbia and a Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA). Prior to joining SIG, Kim held several management positions with the State of California – CALFIRE, Sierra Nevada Conservancy and California Tahoe Conservancy, served as California Director for the National Forest Foundation, and worked with private consulting firms and non-profit organizations. She also works as an independent consultant with KCarr Consulting.