She also writes fiction, poetry and other creative writing.
Hobbies include reading, writing, human behavior, philosophy, neuroscience, anthropology, political science, animals, sociology, gardening, zoology and art.
Studied psychology with an emphasis on neuroscience
Studied anthropology with an emphasis on human evolution
Studied philosophy with an emphasis on continental philosophers
Kim has extensive knowledge concerning neurological, immunological and genetic disorders as well as infectious diseases, endocrine/hormone disorders and psychological disorders. With a B.S. in psychology and experience counseling incarcerated addicts, working with emotionally challenged children and assisting in clinical research studies at Wright State University, Kim is well-qualified to write articles regarding many aspects of human physical and psychological health.
She has written about many medical issues from psoriasis to gout to menopausal symptoms. Working at an internship in a nursing home while an undergraduate, she learned first-hand the debilitating affects of Alzheimer's and other cognitive disorders. Course work regarding geriatric diseases complemented this internship as well.
Kim's legal experience stems from researching and writing blogs and articles for several high-profile law firms in Miami, FL, Minneapolis, MN and Phoenix, AZ. She also worked at her county's Health and Human Services Department where she provided administrative assistance to the child support and social security/disability offices.
Kim has written extensively about family, criminal and civil law and has a basic knowledge of European legal systems as well.
With in-depth knowledge concerning the higher education process, Kim has written instructional blogs and articles about applying for financial aid, what to expect during the freshman year at college and how to write a "statement of purpose" to get accepted into a master's or PhD program. She also created all content for an online school website that discussed all aspects of the online school experience.
Kim has also worked as a daycare teacher and helped developmentally disabled children succeed in an academic setting. She also completed several educational psychology courses while at Wright State U.
Kim has experience working as an assistant to the nutritional director of a daycare and senior care facility. She has also written over 100 blogs and articles about the benefits of vitamins, minerals, proteins, fiber and dietary supplements such as krill oil, zinc, coenzyme Q10 and essential amino acids.
She has lived in a farming community all her life and has much experience working with all kinds of animals, from cows to cats to raccoons. Working at the local animal shelter taught her how to administer first aid to injured animals, how to recognize signs of certain diseases and what to expect from animals in regards to behavior.
Kim has written blogs for Orly Chen Real Estate in Bergen County, New Jersey, condominium brokers in south Florida and real estate agencies offering lease-to-own homes in West Virginia. She is well-informed concerning the legal and financial aspects of real estate transactions.
Kim has traveled throughout the United States from Florida to Kansas to Nevada and has also visited Jamaica and Mexico. She has written content for companies offering African safari tours and Caribbean cruises.
In addition, she is also knowledgable in health informatics, biotechnology (stem cell research, genetic modification) and green biotechnology (micropropagation).
Living in a rural area surrounded by farms and plenty of un-urbanized land, Kim plants flower and vegetable gardens every year and knows first-hand how to grow prize-sized pumpkins, plump strawberries and healthy tomatoes.
Article writing expertise includes health, medical, psychology, animals, relationships, product descriptions and many other niches.
Kim has written press releases for many businesses requiring mass exposure through PRWeb.