Sanchez - Kim
Kim is a director for online safety in Microsoft's Trustworthy Computing Group. She is responsible for delivering strategic communications to worldwide audiences including consumers, government leaders, and other influencers on issues related to family and online safety.
Kim served as Chairman of the Board of the Family Online Safety Institute (FOSI) for two years and is the current vice-chair. FOSI is a collaborative effort among industry to educate parents, kids and policymakers about the importance of being good digital citizens.
Specializing in online safety awareness and education has allowed Kim to travel across the globe to share Microsoft's perspective on helping to keep individuals, families, and organizations safer online.
Prior to her current role in Trustworthy Computing, Kim worked with Fortune 500 customers to develop and talk about business solutions built on Microsoft's next generation products.
Kim's first six and half years at Microsoft was spent in the Government Affairs division of the company's Legal and Corporate Affairs department managing industry and policy organizations that supported Microsoft on a variety of public policy issues important to the company.
Prior to joining Microsoft in January of 1999, Kim worked at the Rockey Company, a Seattle-based public relations and public affairs firm where she managed public affairs and grassroots campaigns for a wide range of clients. Prior to that, Kim worked on political campaigns and served in Washington, D.C. as a legislative assistant for Washington State Congresswoman Jennifer Dunn.
Kim received her undergraduate degree in Political Science from the University of Washington.