Kim Case, J.D.
Kim Case, Esq. is Executive Director of the Research & Development Council of New Jersey, a professional organization of STEM leaders from industry, academia and government that seeks to advance New Jersey’s STEM economy. Kim serves as manager of the New Jersey STEM Pathways Network and as co-state champion for Million Women Mentors-New Jersey. She recently served on Governor Murphy’s Education Transition Committee. Prior to her Council work, Kim was a Teach for America New York City corps member. She received her J.D. from Rutgers School of Law-Newark, Masters in Teaching from Pace University, and B.A. in Political Science from Rutgers College. In 2017, Kim was elected to serve on the Long Hill Township School Board. In 2018, Kim was selected as one of 50 Best Women in Business by NJBIZ and was honored by the Association of Women in Science-New Jersey Central Chapter and New Leaders Council-New Jersey.