Associate Director, Learning & Development; PhD Candidate
Arabella Advisors; Antioch University
Prior to Arabella, Kim was the senior manager of learning and development at FSG, a social impact consulting firm working with nonprofits, foundations, and government organizations. Before her time at FSG, Kim spent six years providing technical assistance and managing technical assistance initiatives at three national nonprofits: the National Alliance to End Homelessness, CSH, and the Urban Institute. This work included writing strategic plans; implementing policy changes; developing RFP processes; and designing and leading convenings for nonprofits, government agencies, and other key stakeholders. She also served as a leadership development faculty member for ProInspire, a nonprofit dedicated to building leaders in the social sector. She previously served as the national board co-chair of the Young Nonprofit Professionals Network from 2017 to 2018.
Kim has a BA in psychology and Hispanic studies from William and Mary, an MA from UCLA in urban planning, and a master’s in organization development from Bowling Green State University. She is currently a PhD candidate in leadership and change at Antioch University, where her research focuses on power dynamics in cross-sector partnerships.
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