Offering services in forestry, wildfire prevention, renewable energy including bioenergy, water, local economic development, facilitation, consensus building and meeting/event planning. Kim was the California Director for the National Forest Foundation raising funds and assisting implementing restoration projects on Forest Service lands. She worked as the Assistant Deputy Director for Climate and Energy with the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (CAL FIRE) focusing on climate policy and biomass market development. Prior to this she led the Southern Sierra team for the Sierra Nevada Conservancy engaging communities in sustainable forest management. She has worked for the U.S. EPA in Washington D.C. focused on recycling market development and also in the private sector offering a variety of environmental consulting services. She has a graduate degree in Natural Resource Planning and Bachelor of Business Administration. Kim lives in South Lake Tahoe with her husband John and daughter Rosie.