Kim is a new Scot who calls rural Galloway her home. After a decade in London and southern England, she made the move to Scotland a few years ago, one of the best decisions ever.
She is a member of several third sector organisations, as well as disabled persons' organisations; a board member of Scottish Rural Action, where she chairs the risk committee; and a director of DG Voice, a charity that gives disabled people across Dumfries and Galloway a voice.
Kim has a professional background in finance, risk, strategy, change management and compliance and has a strong passion for equality and human rights.
She is engaged in her local community and keen to address rural issues, especially with a focus on intersectionality in areas such as inequality, poverty, lack of infrastructure, and co-production opportunities.