Kim builds and manages relationships with environmental, social and environmental justice groups and progressive coalitions. Kim is passionate in making sure all people, but in particular communities of color and low income communities are a part of the conversation of what it means to have clean air, clean water and access to green jobs. She helped to assemble a diverse group of activists, national leaders and artists to join the Support For Flint’s Future Bus Tour to better educate the country on how the toxic levels of lead are impacting residents in Flint, MI.
Kim organized a National Forum on Climate Change, Clean Energy, and People of Color to highlight the positive health impacts of President Obama’s Clean Power Plan for vulnerable communities. Following the Forum, the White House invited Green For All and other stakeholders to discuss collaboration on the Clean Power Plan and the Administration’s initiatives on clean energy.
A Georgia native, Kim attended Fort Valley State University and received her B.A. in Mass Communications. Prior to joining Green For All, she worked to make sure children and families had access to available local, state and federal resources in Maryland.
Kim has also appeared on Thom Hartmann, been a guest on radio programs and spoken at numerous rallies speaking out against attacks on clean air and clean water.