Kim is Director of Sustainability Policy at Enviva, a bioenergy and forest product company. Enviva is the world's largest producer of wood pellets, and its mills throughout the Southeastern US produce renewable energy feedstocks that contribute to the displacement of fossil fuels and decarbonization efforts in Europe and Asia. Kim leads the team that is responsible for the sustainability aspects of customer fulfillment, policy development in target markets, and biomass supply chain data analytics. Before coming to the Nicholas School for her MEM/ MF, Kim earned a B.S. in Biology from Xavier University.