Kim has been with TowHaul since 1997, coming from a 16-year career in banking. Since taking the lead at TowHaul, Kim grew the company from 16 employees to over 70. She has taken a young company and grown it to be an economic force in the community. In 2004, Kim received the Champion Award from the US Small Business Administration and TowHaul was named Small Business Exporter of the Year. Being a woman in a male-dominated industry has caught the attention of many. Kim is a member of YPO (Young President’s Organization) and has a long list of community involvement since 1981, donating time, money, and ideas in supporting local and regional charities. Kim believes strongly that TowHaul has a community obligation. She works to purchase from local (Montana and USA) vendors and strives to support communities in the areas around the world where TowHaul does business. Above all, Kim deeply cares about her employees, customers, and the communities that TowHaul serves. Her goal today is leading the company forward, while training the next team of TowHaul leaders for the future.