I’ve always been a curious and creative person.
Hours upon hours of my youth were spent drawing, painting, and sculpting. I would work in any medium to make my imagination real and tangible to others.
As the youngest of six siblings, I often didn’t have the trendiest and most popular toys, but I always had a pencil and paper to express myself.
When it came time to choose a course of study for college, I decided to major in Anthropology.
I can hear you chuckling, but I loved it- I really, really did.
All the different ways that humans have organized their societies. Figuring out what people valued, why they valued it, and how they communicated it to others.
My first step was to organize “Rock for Kiva!” as a member of the SUNY Plattsburgh Anthropology Club.
We wanted to empower people in other countries. We were learning about how we could helping people start their businesses and take control of their life. Kiva’s microloan program seemed like an excellent way to take the things I was learning in my classes and make a real-world impact.
After that first event, I hosted dozens more throughout college and still to this day.
With a group of amazing people, I helped found the Plattsburgh Roller Derby league. I hosted Zombie Walks, cat art shows, cupcake showdowns, and several other events with different people and for various causes. Networking, learning, growing, and collaborating was and continues to be crucial in making successful business decisions.
My desire to give back to the community has always been my focus. Through hosting events, I honed my marketing skills.
Once honed, I have been able to offer these services to the public. My client’s support has allowed me to continue my education and give back to the community I love.
BA in Anthropology
Learned the fundamentals of how to read between the lines and understand what's really important to people.
Bringing people together
For years I worked with others to bring the following events and activities to Plattsburgh:
Starting a business
Through marketing many events through DIY and low-budget marketing, I learned the skill of web design. Through Hey, I'm Kim I wanted to offer an affordable option to getting your first professional website.
Many organizations donated their time and effort over the years to make many events happened. In 2023 I became a sponsor of the City of Plattsburgh event series, Adirondack Regional Theatre, Legal Aid Society, and John Brown Lives.
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