Developing, implementing and analyzing the professional development of students in the criminal justice field are Kim’s primary responsibilities. She is a detailed-oriented, high energy professional coach with the ability to motivate students to work at optimum levels while maintaining a comfortable, creative environment, and keeping a clear perspective of the learning goals to be accomplished. She can achieve this goal by linking students to committed professionals in the field, while providing ongoing supervision and mentorship.
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Before joining the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Kim worked for the City of Surrey developing programs for at-risk individuals. Through rapport building and active listening techniques, she has encouraged people involved in risky behaviours to adopt more positive lifestyles. In addition, she has planned many public forms with the goal of establishing achievable strategic plans.