Kim joined the A&F division in September 2022 as senior vice president for budget planning and analysis. As a dual report to the Academic Affairs division’s provost and the Administration and Finance division’s chief financial officer, she effectively manages the university’s budget allocation and formulation process in collaboration with academic and administrative stakeholders across campus. Additionally, Kim and her team manage a large inventory of BOG and other external reports, and create analyses and reports to support university executive decision making and planning. Kim has been instrumental in the implementation of UCF’s Adaptive Planning budgeting tool to support the university’s strategic allocation, monitoring and reporting efforts.
Prior to joining UCF, Kim has 15+ years of accounting, budgeting, and financial management experience in the public sector. This began with 4+ years of progressive financial analysis experience for Florida’s Executive Office of the Governor and Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles. Over the next 10 years she served as chief financial officer for the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles, Florida Department of Corrections, and Leon County Schools.
Kim graduated from UCF with a bachelor’s in computer information technology/liberal studies in 2003 and a master’s degree in business administration from Florida Institute of Technology in 2011. She also holds professional certifications in both government financial management and project management.