Kim is a Managing Partner at New Profit where she leads efforts to combine the power of New Profit's network with organizational learning about how social innovation grows. She oversees field-building, communications and convening strategies, which accelerate social problem solving by bringing together social entrepreneurs with leaders in government, philanthropy, business, and the media. She also co-leads New Profit’s emerging Early Learning Fund. She was a member of the founding team that helped conceptualize and design New Profit in 1997 and 1998.
Kim also worked for several years in television news and documentary production. After interning at the MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour, she served on the production team for MacNeil/Lehrer Productions’ Emmy award-winning documentary series on American healthcare policy and later worked as a freelancer for the British Broadcast Corporation in New York, and on other news and documentary television projects. Kim received her undergraduate degree from U.C. Berkeley and studied social anthropology at Oxford University. Kim lives in Lexington, Massachusetts with her husband and three children.