A passionate marine geoscientist, Kim has been with Geoscience Australia since 2012. Over her 20 year career, Kim has worked for three international geological surveys where she has occupied technical through to leadership roles and has sailed on over 30 multi-disciplinary expeditions around the globe. Her research focus is on seabed mapping techniques and understanding the processes that shape the seafloor across a wide range of marine environments. Kim has been the AusSeabed Steering Committee Chair since its inception in 2018, and is the deputy-chair of Australia’s National Marine Science Committee. Kim works closely with the international community, through projects such as Nippon Foundation-GEBCO Seabed2030 and GeoHab, to raise the profile of seabed mapping and marine geology globally.