United Nations Foundation
Kim joined the Foundation in June 2011 as Senior Associate for the Shot@Life Campaign. Prior to joining the Foundation, Kim worked as a Policy Manager for the Global Health Council where she was responsible for managing a broad global health policy and advocacy portfolio, including maternal health, children’s health and infectious diseases, among other areas. Originally from Seattle, WA, Kim received a Bachelor of Science from the University of Washington. Prior to moving to Washington, DC, Kim spent time working in Durban, South Africa on various public health issues. Kim holds a Master of Public Health in Global Health Policy from the George Washington University.
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