June 25, 2019
April 16, 2019
We are delighted to welcome Kim to CID, where she is currently working on QA for the F-750. Kim joined CID after completing her M.A. in Environmental Science at University College Dublin, Ireland, where her research concentrated on ecological restoration and botany. Prior to her Master’s degree, she graduated with Bachelor of Science degrees in both Biology and Environmental Science from Western Washington University.
Kim loves any opportunity to get outdoors in the beautiful Pacific Northwest: “I have worked at Mt. Rainier National Park since 2008 as a biologist and crew leader for the ecological restoration program controlling invasive plants, studying sensitive alpine plant communities, and restoring native habitats. In my free time I love to spend time in the outdoors, skiing, backpacking, and climbing. Many of the products manufactured and created at CID Bio-science are similar to ones I have used while doing field-work (or would have been great to have!), so I am excited to learn more about their design, creation, and other applications during my internship here at CID.”