Community Services Coordinator
Kim moved to Connecticut from New York in 1982 and has been a part of the Waterbury community ever since. She was Director of the East End Senior Center for nine years prior to coming to the John J. Driscoll United Labor Agency in 1998. She oversaw our Older Worker Program for many years and has been a part of many other employment training and community service programs and has provided a wide range of supportive services for people throughout the State of Connecticut. In addition to assisting people build their job search skills, she also facilitates our Basic Computer Skills training and the Stress Management Workshops at the Department of Labor. She is also a member of the State of Connecticut’s Rapid Response Team, which provides laid-off workers with services, information and advocacy to help them through this difficult situation.
Kim served on the Employment and Income Sub-Committee for the Waterbury Ten-Year Plan to End Homelessness. She was a Loaned Executive for the Greater Hartford United Way and has managed, coordinated and participated in many special events – Day of Caring, toy drives, food drives, Walk Against Hunger, the Rock Cats Organized Labor event, to name a few. She was honored by the United Way of Greater Waterbury in 2014 with their Organized Labor/United Way Community Service Award.