Kim was born and raised in northern New Jersey, but has been a Delawarean since arriving as an undergraduate at the University of Delaware in 1995. After graduating first in her major in 1999, Kim began her teaching career at St. Andrew’s, where she taught math, coached field hockey, co-founded and helped run a peer tutoring program, and worked as an organizational coach. After eleven years, Kim left St. Andrew’s to dedicate more time to her family and to raise her young children.
From 2010-2019, Kim and her family embraced the gift of a slower pace of life. Kim helped out regularly in the Smyrna public schools, served in several roles in her church, and volunteered in multiple capacities within her local Girl Scout Service Unit; she still co-leads two troops today. Kim also worked for several years as an adjunct instructor at Delaware Technical Community College, teaching developmental math and math for health science majors, and even returned to SAS for several weeks in the fall of 2016 as a long-term substitute.
Kim is excited to bring her passion for teaching and learning mathematics back to the St. Andrew’s classroom. When she’s not teaching, she loves to read, camp, kayak, travel, and spend time with her family. She lives in an apartment in the historic gym with her husband Brian, daughters Lydia and Juliet, and dog Caramel.