Kim is an independent consultant, coach and facilitator. She is an experienced CEO and strategic thinker with over 30 years of management and leadership practice. She has worked in all aspects of Mental Health service delivery across the age range in hospital and community settings. Kim is well known for her advocacy role at VICSERV (now Mental Health Victoria) and as part of Community Mental Health Australia (CMHA). In 2017 she was inducted into the Victorian Honour Roll of Women in recognition of her contribution to mental health.
Kim consults to a wide range of organisations including the National Disability Insurance Agency, DHHS and a range of mental health, domestic violence and refugee health community organisations. She has completed a Master’s of Business Leadership at RMIT, Postgraduate Certificate of Executive and Organisational Coaching at Swinburne University and is a qualified meditation teacher. She is also a registered occupational therapist (AHPRA: OCC 0001984633).