Kim is a PhD Candidate in Systematic Theology. At the CTE, Kim supports faculty programming and dedicates much of her work researching and thinking about how to form more just and inclusive classrooms and universities.
She holds a B.A. in Religious Studies and English Literature from Denison University and an M.T.S. from Boston College School of Theology and Ministry. Her doctoral research focuses on the psychological and emotional conditions of sin and conversion in the context of systemic oppression, paying special attention to anti-black racism, patriarchy, and their intersections. When not reading and writing, Kim enjoys baking, exploring New England, and re-watching the West Wing.