Communications Specialist / Research Associate
Kim comes to CARS from a background in writing and communications. She contributes to the research, writing, and editing of an array of publications, proposals, and project resources. She also develops content and strategy for social media, websites, and newsletters at the CARS organizational and project levels. Kim has expertise in editing, virtual and hybrid learning environments, instructional design, culturally competent approaches to second-language writers, and literary criticism.
Previously she was a Ph.D. candidate in 18th century literature at the University of California, Davis, where she designed and taught undergraduate writing and literature courses for four years, served as assistant editor for an academic journal, gave several conference presentations and guest lectures, and chaired the department graduate student association. Kim has a Master of Arts in English from UC Davis and a Bachelor of Arts in English (sociology minor) from Mills College. Kim enjoys reading, hiking, and visiting Disneyland embarrassingly often.