Kim coordinates work across the early childhood and health portfolios, providing strategic direction and leading the Foundation’s evaluation and learning agendas. Kim is a cognitive and developmental psychologist with more than 20 years of experience conducting policy and program evaluations. She has studied early childhood systems in more than 10 countries. Her work has focused on the effects of child care and early education initiatives, parenting programs, and policy on children and families. Before joining the Foundation, Kim was a Senior Fellow at Mathematica Policy Research and Senior Advisor for Learning and Innovation at the Early Learning Lab.