Cancer Center of North Dakota was lucky welcome Kim as program coordinator late in 2007. She spent more than four years as a Quality of Life Manager for the American Cancer Society in Grand Forks and now, she shares her expertise and abilities with our staff and patients. Her ability to understand and empathize is part of her soul’s fabric.
Kim manages CCND’s American Cancer Society Resource Center which offers programs supporting CCND patients facing the challenge of cancer. Programs include “Road to Recovery,” “Look Good… Feel Better,” “Reach to Recovery,” and the wig bank. She also is developing CCND’s foundation and assists in recruiting volunteers.
Prior to her work for the American Center Society, Kim was a Surgical Assistant for Valley Oral and Facial Surgery. Kim earned her bachelor’s degree in business management from the University of Mary and her associate’s degree in surgical technology from Northwest Community College.
She lives in Grand Forks with her husband and two active children. When not outdoors or spending time with her family, she enjoys volunteering at her church, kids’ schools and for the American Cancer Society’s “Relay for Life” and “Daffodil Days.”