Kim has been working for TNC MI for 6 years. Her main role is to help manage The Nature Conservancy’s Michigan Chapter’s restoration program. She helps to oversee habitat restoration efforts, infrastructure improvements, prescribed fire operations and monitoring at TNC preserves. She obtained her Bachelor of Technology Degree from SUNY College of Agriculture and Technology at Cobleskill. Kim has worked for other TNC chapters including NY and OH conducting aquatic invasive plant monitoring and riparian restoration work. She has been involved with environmental conservation work for 11 years. In her spare time she enjoys biking, hiking, backpacking, camping, swimming, eating good food and spending time with her family and friends.