NYC Blockchain Center
Kim is the Executive Director of the NYC Blockchain Center, a partnership between the Global Blockchain Business Council and the NYC Economic Development Corporation. The Center helps entrepreneurs grow their blockchain businesses in NYC and is a place where New Yorkers can learn about blockchain.
Kim’s career spans the finance, government and non-profit sectors. She was a Public Finance banker in New York and Los Angeles, specializing in infrastructure and general fund financings for large and frequent issuers of municipal bonds. Her clients included states, airports, water & sewer authorities, public power providers, transportation agencies, transit authorities, and many of the ten largest cities nationwide. She also served as CFO of a NYS state public authority and in the Office of the Mayor of NYC.
In the non-profit sector, she has been an advocate for leadership roles for women as a Past President of the Financial Women’s Association of New York. Kim was also a board member and strategic advisor for California Women Lead, a non-partisan non-profit providing leadership training for women seeking elected or appointed office. She served on the board of governors of the Municipal Forum of NY, the Vanderbilt YMCA, the California Volunteers Commission (Gov. Brown) and the Committee on Fiscal and Economic Priorities (Gov. Cuomo). Kim holds a degree in Economics from Princeton University.