Kim has spent more than 20 years working in Scotland’s social enterprise community. Her areas of work include developing and supporting networks; a range of employability projects, policy and development work. Kim has recently joined Social Enterprise Scotland as Director of Membership. Prior to this she worked for Senscot where she played a leading role in developing Social Enterprise Networks (SENs) – 20 place based and 7 thematic – including an active Creative and Cultural SEN connecting circa 1,500 social enterprises across Scotland. Kim has also been involved in the co-production Scotland’s 10-year Social Enterprise Strategy and also in developing a number of Place Based SE Strategies with Local Authorities and Place Based SENs.