Kim is a second year MLS student in the E-Government and Information & Diverse Populations specializations. She earned her B.A. from The Ohio State University in Medieval and Renaissance Literature and European History. Since moving to the D.C. area she has interned with the United States Department of Labor’s Wirtz Labor Library, served as group liaison between D.C. Public Libraries and the FCC on a Section 508 Technical Accessibility repository project, traveled to India with the iSchool to study knowledge management and libraries in the developing world, and is presently working on the State Library Agency Organizations: Role, Structures, and Services project with iPAC. Kimberly is deeply passionate about reaching underserved communities and promoting civil strengthening and development initiatives through technology and public libraries.