Kim is a Founding Principal of MNLA and has practiced as a landscape architect and planner in New York since 1983. The firm’s award-winning portfolio reflects her design leadership and ability to achieve consensus on the most complex design issues while guiding others to outcomes that are sustainable, practical, and inspiring. A Fellow of the ASLA, her professional experience includes master planning and site design for both public and private clients, as well as waterfront resiliency projects on New York City and New York State parkland. Kim has lectured extensively and received a Master of Landscape Architecture from the University of Pennsylvania and a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Kim retired from MNLA in April 2018.