Kim is responsible for managing Aspen Country Day’s student information systems and databases. She joined the school in 2015 as an employee, but has been a parent since 2004. Kim grew up in Delaware and graduated from the University of Richmond. She holds a MA in Elementary Education from the University of New Hampshire.
Something that was cool when you were younger?
Perms, leg warmers, Atari.
Something we wouldn’t know about you?
I taught Second and Third Grade in New Hampshire and Kindergarten in California.
Most interesting job before this?
I worked for Congressional Quarterly in Washington, D.C. as a marketing representative. I had the wonderful opportunity to work with staff from various foreign embassies, congressional offices on Capitol Hill, the Pentagon, and military bases.
What was your own school like?
I attended The Tatnall School in Wilmington, Delaware through high school. The education I received at Tatnall was exceptional and prepared me to be successful in college and beyond. The individual attention, support, curriculum, and extraordinary faculty created my love of independent schools. That’s a big reason reason I wanted my children to attend independent schools as well.