Kim leads the Center for Career Development team, guiding the department’s strategic vision to help students to proactively design their careers and lives in ways that will continue to have a significant impact long after their first internship or job. She also works in partnership with academic and administrative leaders across campus, serving as the public representative of the Center for Career Development with external partners including alumni, trustees, employers, foundation leaders and others across the country and around the world.
A fun fact about me is: I was a German major as an undergrad.
My favorite part of my job is: Meeting amazing Princeton students and alumni.
If I weren’t doing this job, I’d be: Running an animal rescue.
My favorite way to start my day is: Going for a run.
The place I grew up is special because: Minnesota is an excellent place, and even the winters are beautiful.