Program Support Coordinator
As a community advocate Kim’s passion is to build community networks by connecting people with resources and support so they can be more successful. “I am honored to be part of Skagit Gleaners that provides a multitude of opportunities for our members to achieve their own personal goals, while making an impact on the sustainability of our community.” Kim has been a resident of Skagit County for over 30 years and volunteered for a variety of nonprofits. She is currently a Board member for the Skagit Community Foundation where she embraces the mission “to connect people who care with causes that matter.” For the past 5 years Kim was as a member of the Program Services Committee at Friendship House and the Community Advisory Group for the Hunger to Hope foodservice apprenticeship program.
Kim and her husband Lyle embrace what the Pacific Northwest offers while enjoying camping, kayaking, hiking.