Kim joined CRC in 1998. She has over fifteen years of experience as coordinator for training, volunteer, and fellowship programs involving U.S and/or international participants hosted by the Coastal Resources Center. Her experience with diverse populations and understanding of cross-cultural and gender issues served her well in the center’s United States-Zanzibar cross-culture and technology exchange program. She handles logistics for CRC-funded graduate students attending URI from Ghana and Senegal. An accomplished designer of project protocols and systems, Kim is a key member of the Center’s development team and conducts research to match donors’ programmatic and funding interests with those of the Center. Kim was the fiscal person responsible for the BaNafaa project in The Gambia. With her in-country colleague she facilitated a training on Financial and Administrative Management for local partners to build their capacity. Kim has a bachelor’s degree.