Kim graduated from The Wharton School of The University of Pennsylvania with a BS in Economics in 1987.  Following graduation, she worked as a tax accountant for Arthur Anderson & Company.  In 1990, Kim entered the Fordham University School of Law, from which she received her JD in 1993. She worked as an attorney from 1993-1994 at Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher and Flom. Kim is currently a member of the University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing’s Board of Overseers, which she joined in 2011, a member of AIPAC’s Manhattan Women’s Executive Council, which she joined in 2016, and a member of the New York Board of the Jewish National Fund, which she joined in 2018. Kim also recently served as a co-chair of The Project Lyme/Bay Area Lyme Foundation Gala in NYC. Kim served on the Northeast Board of the Diabetes Research Institute Foundation, which focuses on raising funds to find a cure for Type 1 Diabetes, from 2006-2016. During many of those years, Kim also served as Chair or Vice Chair of the Diabetes Research Institute’s D.R.E.A.M.s in the City event, and was honored with the DRI’s Dare to Dream Award in 2013. Kim was involved with UJA-Federation of New York for 20 years, where she served in many roles including Executive Chair of UJA-Federation’s Manhattan Women’s Campaign from 2006-2008. She was a member of UJA-Federation of NY’s Board of Directors from 2007-2009. Kim also served as PA President at The Allen-Stevenson School in 2008/2009.

Kim and her husband Jordan have two sons, Ben (23) and Joe (21). They live in the West Village of Manhattan.