Kim is NEMAC’s Geospatial Associate, and works on data management and visualization, data source identification, and data analysis and modeling. Kim has helped NEMAC complete the Cape Fear River Basin and South Atlantic Coastal Resilience Assessment, the North Atlantic Coastal Resiliency and Fish and Wildlife Habitat Assessment, and has recently helped increase NEMAC’s capacity for 3D GIS visualization. Kim became interested in using GIS to find and communicate solutions to human and environmental problems while researching land use changes in Western North Carolina as an undergraduate McCullough Student Fellow.
Kim completed her B.S. in Environmental Studies with a minor in Economics from UNC Asheville in 2016. She is currently working towards a GIS Certificate at Asheville-Buncombe Technical Community College.