Kim provides support for project development, permitting, and implementation; field data collection and analysis; and the production of a range of technical documents and reports. Kim is also responsible for meeting project GIS needs including data synthesis and analysis, landscape and hydrological modeling, and the creation of various cartographic products to inform project planning, design, and communication. Kim has worked largely in the lower Columbia River region and has a foundation in Pacific Northwest ecology with expertise in lowland and montane rainforest and tidal estuarine and freshwater wetland habitats. She has experience in restoration project planning and implementation, field surveys and ecological monitoring, habitat mapping and assessment, and wetland delineation. Kim received a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science and Management from Portland State University and earned a Graduate Certificate in GIS. A Midwestern transplant, Kim enjoys embracing everything the PNW has to offer and is often exploring the outdoors with her dog.