AIA, LEED AP BD+C
Kim was the first female Associate Principal of VMDO Architects. Her design leadership is characterized by an attentive management style and commitment to in-depth problem-solving and follow-through at every phase of a project. Her roles at VMDO include leading VMDO's Staff Development Advocacy Group and providing HR support.
Kim brings over twenty years of experience to the VMDO team as the project architect and project manager to many projects. Kim is inspired by projects of all sizes, whether new construction or renovation projects, and sustains that enthusiasm through the duration of the multi-year contracts. Her focus on detail, process, and project standards are well-suited to her project management roles in projects such as University of Richmond Basketball Practice and Well-Being Center, Virginia Theological Seminary Dining Renovations, and Piedmont Virginia Community College’s Advanced Technology and Technical Training Center.
Bachelor of Science in Architecture, Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University, 1987
Virginia Theological Seminary Dining Renovations
Piedmont Virginia Community College’s Advanced Technology + Technical Training Center