Senior Vice President of Operations
Project Management Professional (PMP)®Location of employee:
As SVP of Operations at SIG, Kim manages day-to-day operations for the Engineering, ESG and Sustainability departments. Her role is focused on enabling an operational environment that provides growth, scalability, profitability and success for team members, clients and the SIG corporation. Kim serves as a member of the SIG Leadership Team and provides insights and feedback on operating status and progress against plan. Kim also provides leadership and support to her teams, oversees the SIG project portfolio, implements technology and process enhancements to improve the employee and client experience, and leads a variety of employee enablement and corporate development projects.
Kim received a Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree in Journalism from Georgia State University.
She is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP)® and has been a member of the Washington D.C. Chapter of the Project Management Institute since 2015. She is also a member of the U.S. Green Building Council D.C. Chapter; USGBC National Capital Region.
Kim is a seasoned leader with over 15 years of expertise in successful project management, staff training and development, operational analysis, and operational change management. Kim has served thousands of clients during her career journey and has had the opportunity to work in several different industries. Prior to her role at SIG, Kim led a Professional Services Department, staffed with architects, engineers, facilities managers and certified project managers, that was focused on designing and implementing software solutions for all phases of the building lifecycle. Over the course of her career, Kim has led consulting, training, project management, support and guest services teams, as well as business transformation projects, enterprise business software implementations, and employee enablement programs.
Kim is an avid gardener and has a passion for a greener and more sustainable future. She believes that a combination of personal, corporate and government endeavors are the key to realizing real change; and works hard at home to do her part. She loves supporting sustainable businesses, vermiculture composting, making natural cleaners, trying new recipes with the vegetables from her weekly crop-share, finding fun ways to recycle and reuse things on Pinterest, and growing vegetables and flowers in her garden. When she’s not working, Kim loves to spend time in the mountains of West Virginia; swimming, kayaking, biking and hiking with her family.