Kim got started in the legal field in 1997 by working in the copy center. She moved her way up through the years to where she is now as a Paralegal. She has experience in many practice areas, such as commercial real estate, corporate law, construction law, medical malpractice – defense, government relations, and personal injury. Kim first became interested in working in the legal field after serving as a juror on a two-week medical malpractice trial. She also formatted three published books for Lawyers Without Borders (founded by Christina Storm).
Kim graduated from Upper Arlington High School in 1989 (GO BEARS!). She then moved to Hartford, Connecticut and lived there for 18 years. She returned home to Ohio about 7 years ago. She has a 25-year-old daughter named Rayne who is currently working on her Master’s in Special Education in Massachusetts. She also has twin 16-year-old boys, Ayden and Quinton, who attend Hilliard Davidson High School. Ayden is on the football team and Quinton participates in Civil War Reenactments all over the state.