She graduated from South Fork High School and has worked in the accounting profession most of her life. Kim has a 12-year -old son and two dogs. She enjoys taking them to the beach and many conservation lands in our area.
Kim has had a passion for nature since she was a small child and was always bringing “random creatures” home. She has been active in the fight to save Florida waterways since 2013 and possesses a great deal of knowledge and understanding of the many issues that plague our state. She is an Administrator of #Toxic18 and has participated and provided input at various meetings involving elected and appointed officials. Kim knows that the only way to restore our public waterways is through collective effort and cooperation on the part of all stakeholders.