Kim Alsip serves as the Boettcher Foundation’s administrative assistant, ensuring that daily office operations run smoothly. Kim brings more than 20 years’ experience as an executive assistant and office manager.
Most recently, Kim worked in government relations in Washington, D.C. She also spent three years traveling to and from Costa Rica to help take care of her young nephews, an experience she treasured, despite living out of a suitcase for 90 days at a time.
Kim is originally from Chandler, Oklahoma, the county seat, despite being a small town with only 3,000 people.
In her spare time, Kim enjoys traveling (the Caribbean and Italy are her favorites), cooking and spending time outdoors sailing, cross country skiing, hiking and camping.
When I was 19, I was driving up Pikes Peak with friends in my CJ5 Jeep. We had taken the doors off the jeep, and of course, got caught in a terrible hail storm. As the storm intensified the hail grew to golf ball size and we had to pull over. We all had bruises from the hail!
“Do not go where the path may lead, go instead where there is no path and leave a trail.” –Ralph Waldo Emerson