She has been with the agency for four years, first supporting schools as a Language and Literacy Specialist with the Reading Mentors Program, and then later as a Strategic Waivers School Systems Specialist and the Program Manager of Operations. Prior to joining GOSA in 2015, Kim taught for 16 years in elementary schools around the state and worked as a professional learning developer/facilitator for teachers in the metro area. She earned her Bachelor’s degree in History from Agnes Scott College, her Elementary Education Certification and Master’s degree in Special Education from Brenau University, and her Specialist’s degree in Instructional Technology from Valdosta State University.