Kim joins the Talent Rewire team at FSG with previous experience working with communities that face systemic barriers to opportunity in the education sector. As the managing director, Kim oversees Talent Rewire’s efforts to innovate new approaches, tools, and research to drive employer systems transformation, and subsequently to scale the team’s learnings to the broader workforce field. She has supported a diverse range of employers—from Fortune 100 companies to small and medium-sized businesses—to adopt new HR practices and policies that improve the economic mobility of their frontline.
Before FSG, Kim worked at Teach For America, where she spent the last 8 years in a variety of roles. Most recently, she was the interim executive director of Teach for America in Washington, leading the region’s 50 corps members and 800 alumni. Prior to that, she was responsible for managing partnerships with school districts in the Puget Sound and Yakima Valley. Prior to this, Kimberly worked as an admissions counselor and the founding director of career services at a start-up college in New York City.
- Wellesley College, BA, Economics and Architecture
On Working At FSG
I have tracked FSG’s work for nearly eight years. When I learned about their work with impact hiring, I knew I had to get involved. With their expertise in collective impact, shared value, and systems change, I was confident that the Initiative would be transformational for both the corporate sector as well as the many individuals who face systemic barriers to long-term employment.