Kim became a Registered Nurse in 1999 and has worked in a Level 1 Trauma unit in Boston, MA, Medical ICU, Neonatal ICU in Boston and Denver, Hospice and currently a Home Health Admissions RN serving her local and Veteran community in Yavapai county. She is semi-retired but will always be of service in any way that she can. Accident Scene Management is another opportunity for Kim to continue to serve and educate motorcycle riders.
Kim is a member of the Combat Veterans Motorcycle Association CVMA ® and is the Public Relations Officer, supporting local veterans and fundraising for Nation of Patriots, Wreaths Across America, US Vets and the Warrior Medal Project. She is also a member and Sergeant at Arms of The Hardly Angels Women’s Motorcycle Performance Team®. The Hardly Angels educate and empower not only women riders but all motorcycle riders. Kim assists with monthly skill building that is open to the public to educate, encourage and empower all riders and to increase their skills on a motorcycle.
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