Kim is senior advisor, Indigenous engagement, at the NCC. She continues to nurture her keen interest to work with Indigenous communities and to create meaningful dialogue based on listening and understanding. She spent more than a decade in various functions within the Government of Canada, after graduating with a Master’s degree in Conflict Resolution studies. Kim worked with Indigenous communities throughout Canada on resource development and major projects, and as a paralegal in the Crimes against Humanity and War Crimes section of Justice Canada. Today, Kim is thrilled to be at the NCC, where she is making connections with Indigenous communities that call Ottawa-Gatineau their traditional and unceded territory.