Kim has been an ASL interpreter for over 6 years with a wide range of experience.
A few years after completing her Bachelors Degree in Fine Art from CSU Northridge, she decided to go back to school. Already having an ASL Foundation from High School as well as continuing on at CSUN, Kim soon realized this was the path she was meant to be on. She graduated Summa Cum Laude from her ITP at Pierce College and dove headfirst into the world of freelance interpreting. Over the years, Kim has garnered experience in an array of genres such as platform interpreting (from interpreter/entertainer for the Southern California Pleasure Renaissance Fair, ARTS Presents interpreter for a long list of musical theater and plays, concerts and public forums, to stand-up and sketch comedy shows); educational interpreting (working at top-notch Los Angeles based universities, as well as a plethora of community colleges all over Southern California); and the gambit of community based interpreting (ranging from workshops and conferences, medical, to social service and legal related assignments, and the like). Kim is always striving to further herself in her personal as well as her professional development. Because of this, she’s not only constantly involved with enhancing her skills and knowledge, but is sought after as a resource, team, and mentor.