BA, Sociology and Anthropology, Swarthmore College, 2000; MFA, Creative Writing, Chicago State University, 2005
Kim is NYU Gallatin’s Assistant Director of Global Programs. She manages applications for Gallatin’s global initiatives including travel courses, global fellowships, and scholars groups, and advises students about study away opportunities. Prior to Gallatin, Kim served as an academic adviser for almost ten years and conducted research in Ghana as a Fulbright Fellow. Also an award-winning writer, she is working on a novel and short story collection that allow her to explore her scholarly interests in history, anthropology, family and gender, and Africa and its Diaspora.