Kim leads CSF’s global Economics for Environmental Leadership training program, with activities in over 40 countries and five continents, and also directs CSF’s new online Numbers for Nature Training Institute. Over the past 20 years she has led the design and implementation of environmental economics courses and analysis projects in Africa, Asia and North and South America on themes such as wildlife conservation, infrastructure development, fisheries management, tourism economics and sustainable development scenarios. She has teaching expertise in natural resource economics, environmental valuation, conservation finance, behavioral incentives, environmental policy, cost-benefit analysis, and strategic communication. Since 2001, Kim has led CSF’s flagship two-week international course delivered in partnership with Stanford University and UC Berkeley. She has also led and supported activities related to sustainable infrastructure development and conservation finance for various international institutions including USAID, Inter-American Development Bank, Asian Development Bank and the African Development Bank. Prior to joining CSF, Kim worked at Stanford’s Center for Environmental Science and Policy conducting ecological and economic fieldwork in Micronesia, and researching vulnerability and resilience in human-environment systems. Her work has appeared in Ambio, Conservation Biology and Pacific Science. Kim holds a MS in Earth Systems and a BA in Human Biology, both from Stanford University.