PROGRAM MANAGER FOR INTERNSHIPS
Kim comes to CfSI after her time working as a Marketing and Project manager in the telecommunications industry. She is excited to bring her social sector experience and network, along with her communications, project management, and systems creation skills to her role at College for Social Innovation, which is focused on social sector partnerships, technology and data, development, and communications.
Kim brings experience in both the private and social sectors and a passion for experiential learning, mentorship, and social justice to College for Social Innovation. These passions were born through her work at Calling All Crows and her undergraduate career in Sociology at Harvard College, where she studied and engaged in social change, organizing, and observing and shifting organizational behaviors and cultures.
Kim served in several different roles over her three years at Calling All Crows where she developed a system to track and report organizational impact, created a leadership development program and curriculum, and planned over 50 service projects and coordinated 5 campaigns. Starting as a Mobilization Intern, she focused on event-planning and communications. After six months, she moved to a full-time position as Communications and Systems Coordinator, where she was responsible for designing and implementing programming, grassroots fundraising, volunteer management, impact tracking, and organizational communications. After four months living in Rwanda and studying post-genocide peacebuilding, she returned as a volunteer responsible for managing volunteers and coordinating events in the Northeast. She then returned to her Communications and Systems Coordinator role part-time in the fall of 2012.
Kim is from New Hampshire and currently resides in Somerville, MA.