Originally from the UK, Kim has worked in the non-profit housing sector in Vancouver for more than 25 years having joined McLaren Housing in 2010. Under her leadership the society has more than doubled its programs, services and staffing and has created an established continuum of housing provision for low income families and individuals in Vancouver and the Lower Mainland. Kim is a strong voice for the importance of adequate housing in HIV health and the value of portable subsidies as an affordable and effective housing solution. She is currently a Board Member of Pacific AIDS Network, the provincial agency representing and advocating for organizations working with the HIV/AIDS community.
Director of Finance and Strategy
Community Programs Manager
Director of Supportive Housing