Originally from Maryland, Kim has lived in California, the Carolinas, and Maine (briefly), but for most of the last 25 years, in Atlanta. She caught the travel bug on business trips to Canada, the UK, Mexico, Spain, France, Norway, and throughout the US.
During volunteer trips to Costa Rica, Peru and Brazil, she fell in love with Central and South America and visited some of its most iconic sites, including Arenal Volcano in Costa Rica, Lake Atitlan in Guatemala, Machu Picchu in Peru, and Iguazu Falls in Argentina.
For the last 10 years, Kim, a marketing professional by trade, has been planning trips for friends and family, while free-lancing as a marketing consultant. Now she is relishing the chance to work full-time in the travel industry, planning trips that capture the personality and imagination of each traveler.
In Kim’s Own Words: “The best trips start with a conversation and are built around the things you love most…..i.e. food & wine, arts & culture, theater, history, architecture. This is the way I love to travel and the way I approach travel-planning for all of my clients.”