WJI Buzz - Collins

Sep 10, 2012

Kim Collins (‘03), long time WJI Deputy Director, is leaving the institute on September 11, 2012, to assume a development position with the Bowery Mission in New York City. The Bowery Mission is the granddaddy of urban missions in the United States, being well over 100 years old. Kim will manage a capital campaign for the mission.

Kim is a graduate of the WJI multi-week course in 2003 and joined the administrative staff in the fall of 2003. She assumed greater and greater responsibilities as the years rolled on. In 2010 and 2011, she took on the role of being the dean of instruction for the New York capstone course in May-June. She also was the brains behind the scene in so many of our Internet and web-based operations. She was the editor-in-chief of all the WJI publications, including our monograph series and our webzine, the WJI Times Observer. Director Robert Case said, "Kim has been an invaluable colleague and I will miss our collaboration on WJI endeavors."


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