Community Development and Impact Relationship Manager
When it comes to helping Tri-Cities businesses, Kim likes the word “vitalize.” It means energizing Numerica’s partners with encouragement and expertise. It means bolstering businesses with products and services to meet the needs of the day. Since 2003, she has worked in vitalizing roles that strengthen communities, including an eight-year stint as director of philanthropy and major gifts for United Way of Benton & Franklin Counties. Her goal is to help others reach their goals, something she’s done with individuals, nonprofits, school systems, local businesses, and national corporations.
Kim is passionate about investing in the Tri-Cities, including roles with Tri-Cities Regional Chamber of Commerce, Powerful Connections, and the Desert Ski and Snowboard Club. Along with her husband and son, she enjoys adventuring through all four seasons, whether that’s hiking, biking, camping, or shredding slopes near and far. Fun fact: Kim once choreographed a half-time routine for the Sea Gals, the Seattle Seahawks dance team. (Don’t worry, as a former coach and captain of top-ranked college cheer and dance teams, she was more than qualified.)