Kim’s career has focused on fundraising, social impact analysis, development, communications, and marketing for a wide range of charities and not-for-profits with regional, national, and international remits. These have included medical and health causes, water and sanitation programmes, and inward-investment international development. Her focus has always been on elevating the voices of the people often referred to simply as “beneficiaries” in fundraising applications and drawing out stories that teach us what works and why.
She is now the Fundraising Manager for NAPAC, the National Association for People Abused in Childhood. She is also a doctoral candidate with Apsley Business School, reading business administration (DBA), specialising in impact analysis including vulnerable adults and trauma survivors. A member of the Chartered Institute of Fundraising, in July 2021 she joined the Sole Fundraisers group as their Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion Champion.
In her spare time she plays guitar, video games, writes and illustrates short stories, and tend to her mis-matched menagerie of rescue animals.