More About Kim.

Kim recognized early on that people are the superpower that distinguishes great organizations, and a career in Human Resources would allow her to make an impact that mattered.  Most recently, she was the Chief People Officer at League Inc. where she seized the opportunity to scale the enviable League employee culture, while quadrupling the size of the company in North America and Internationally. Prior to that she served as Partner and Chief Talent Officer at Deloitte Canada, where she helped establish the organization as a leader in diversity and inclusion and delivered the firm’s widely recognized Talent Value Proposition.

Kim is regularly featured in leading HR, business and technology publications and is sought after as an expert speaker on a broad variety of topics including: Employee Experience, Employment Branding, Employee Health and Wellness and Diversity Equity & Inclusion (DEI). She holds a B.A. in Sociology from McGill University and has her CHRP, CHRL, and CHRE designations. She is fluently bilingual in English and French.

Kim lives in Toronto, Canada with her husband, three teenage children and one very spoiled golden-doodle named Chelsea.

Recent Roles & Notable Successes.

Drove and maintained employee engagement at over 85% as the company quadrupled in size

The first Chief People Officer at one of Canada’s Unicorn Start-ups

Built a truly diverse engineering (developer) team made up of over 30% women

Reduced regrettable turnover by over 14%

Developed a differentiated Talent Value Proposition to attract top talent at several iconic brands

Optimized the HR team through the implementation of new technology and processes leading to over $1M in savings