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Kim attended University of California, Berkeley, where she obtained a degree in business administration. She later earned a Master of Business Administration from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.
Kim started her career as an investor at Castanea Partners. Before joining Forerunner, Kim founded the leather brand MAVN and was a management consultant at Bain and Company. In 2015, Kim led the seed deal for Away. She is a board member at Attabotics, Curology, Juni Learning and Oura.
Honors and recognition
In 2020, Kim was named to the Midas Brink List, a roster of investors who have made a name for themselves in venture capital industry and are poised to join the Midas List.
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