Kim is a lifelong westsider with deep ties to Cheviot. She grew up in Colerain Township, but spent a lot of time in the small, westside city visiting her grandparents and extended family. Kim graduated with honors from the University of Cincinnati, and then graduated third in her class from Salmon P. Chase College of Law at Northern Kentucky University. Kim has worked as an attorney, primarily representing banks in trial and appellate litigation, since 2008. In 2015, Kim and her husband Brenden decided to move to Cheviot to raise their young family. They fell in love with Cheviot's small town spirit and its family-friendly atmosphere. Kim serves on the Board for the CUMC Preschool and is active at the school. Kim's campaign is focused on improving the office of the Law Director to make it more modern and efficient, while also being proactive in taking legal action to address blight in the City and absentee landlords. Kim has the courtroom experience that makes her the most qualified candidate to represent the City in civil and criminal matters. Kim is committed to the City of Cheviot and believes that she can help improve the lives of the residents of her city.