“Do you think we could…” So begins a typical Kim conversation. It means she has a suggestion, an insight, a way to make things a little more extraordinary. Whether it’s a major campaign or the finer points of a strategy, she refuses to settle for “good enough.”
Kim brings a unique perspective to our firm, having once worked on the client side. One smart cookie, she’s worked on national brands such as Betty Crocker, and earned an MBA from Wharton. Kim got her first taste of marketing as an undergrad at Dartmouth, where she learned how repositioning squid as calamari made it take off. And thus an extraordinary career was born.