Kim Lundberg has over a decade of experience as a Health Researcher, Data Analyst, and Consultant on Global Health, Military Health, and Infectious Disease projects. She advises senior government officials by summarizing health information into readable, understandable summary reports and presentations.
Prior to joining Ward Circle Strategies, Kim supported several military health clients including the Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD), Personnel and Readiness (P&R), Defense Health Board (DHB), and the Joint Medical Chair (JMC) for Global Health at the National Defense University (NDU). At Ward Circle Strategies, Kim will continue to support her work since 2016 supporting the Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery (BUMED) Office of Women’s Health as they stand up the Women’s Health Clinical Community.
Kim holds a B.A. in Biology and Government, and a Minor in Mathematics from Franklin and Marshall College, and dual Master’s Degrees from George Washington University: M.A. in International Science and Technology Policy, Elliott School of International Affairs and a MPH in Global Health/Epidemiology, Milken Institute School of Public Health. Kim also recently obtained her Project Management Professional (PMP) Certification.
- Manager, Ward Circle Strategies
- Senior Researcher, NDU
- Health and Safety Data Analyst, OSD (P&R)
- Scientist, Exponent
- Research Associate, Institute of Medicine
3 Fun Facts:
- Kim was born at Wilford Hall Hospital, Lackland AFB in December 1979, the same week the ousted Shah of Iran was hidden in the same location for protection following the Islamic Revolution.
- An avid volleyball player, Kim was ranked 5th in San Antonio, Texas (her hometown) for serving aces her senior year of high school. This was the first year players were allowed to serve from anywhere across the back line, a huge advantage for a lefty.
- Ask her about the time she met George Clooney while teaching volleyball to members of the Ritz Carlton gym in Washington, D.C.