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Wife, Mom of four, Legislator,

Community Volunteer, U.S. Patent Holder, Former Reporter and Wall Street Analyst, Harvard grad, Former West Point Cadet, Granddaughter of North Korean emigre, and more...


Kimberly was born in Seoul, South Korea, and grew up in Reston, Virginia.  Her dad worked at the U.S. Department of Defense and her mom owned a coffee shop.  Kimberly went to West Point, then, transferred to Harvard College, where she studied economics.  


Her first job was at Salomon Brothers; her most exciting job was as a reporter in Hong Kong for the Wall Street Journal; her hardest job was in the kitchen at Wallse restaurant in NYC; and her most rewarding job is being a wife and mom.


Kimberly and her husband, Jon, have four children in parochial and classical schools in Stamford.  As a family, they attend Grace Church of Greenwich. 

(Photo: From Kimberly's West Point yearbook)


Kimberly loves the Declaration of Independence. It animates the spirit of our country. It acknowledges that we each have a natural right to live our lives, be free to make our own choices, and pursue the things that give ourselves purpose and meaning. It protects the smallest minority, the individual.


As free people with limited government in its proper role, we achieve more and become better. Reagan said, "Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction." Over-taxed and over-regulated, the residents of Connecticut must stand up for our right to thrive and to flourish. Connecticut families should be able to build fulfilling and enriching lives here for themselves and the next generation. 

Kimberly fights for your sake and hers.

(Photo: From family road trip with grandparents to visit Monticello, home of Thomas Jefferson, author of the Declaration of Independence.) 


MOBILIZED GRASSROOTS EFFORT TO PROTECT THE CHARACTER OF LOCAL TOWNS AND DEFEAT SPATE OF ZONING BILLS IN HARTFORD -- Kimberly helped to galvanize grassroots support across the state.  Thank you so much to all the great folks who testified in public hearings, wrote public letters to the editor, and joined in on local zoning rallies.  We made strong arguments to protect local voices and local decision making in zoning and land use.


CHARTER OAK LEADERSHIP PROGRAM -- Kimberly helped found the Charter Oak Leadership Program, a Connecticut-based non-profit that trains community, business and political leaders in the core principles of our country and free market enterprise.


GREENWICH REPRESENTATIVE TOWN MEETING -- Kimberly served two terms as an elected representative of District 7, having run on a platform of fiscal prudence.

NO TOLLS CT -- Kimberly was one of many, who weathered the long battle against tolls, resulting in tolls never being brought to a vote.


ZIPPED BAGS -- Kimberly holds a U.S. patent for a bag design, that was licensed to, made and sold by a friend and her Connecticut-based company. 

(Photo: Kimberly at Local Zoning rally in Stamford.)

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