Kim is a digital content producer at WALB. She joined the team in December 2017 after a semester-long internship at the station. Kim has worked in different departments such as production, digital, and producing. In 2010, Kim graduated from Monroe High School with a Georgia Work Ready Certificate in business. In December 2017, she graduated from Albany State University with a bachelor of arts in mass communications. While at ASU, she anchored and reported for "Ram News Network", the school's student-run newscast. She is also a member of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority and Alpha Phi Omega National Service Fraternity. In December 2019, she graduated from Full Sail University with a master's degree in New Media Journalism. When not working, Kim likes to participate in events and services with her sorority's local chapter and spend free time with her son, Jason.
The lawsuit names Gov. Brian Kemp, other state officials and Paulding County officials for what the complaint claims is reckless guidance and actions in opening school buildings during the coronavirus pandemic.
Gov. Kemp’s shelter in place order allows for the suspension of the use of PIN pads, PIN entry devices, electronic capture signature, and any other credit card receipt signature requirements if it is permitted by underlying credit card agency and company agreements, according to the office.
On Sunday morning, a total of 139 COVID-19 patients were being treated in Phoebe’s main hospital, including 119 who have tested positive and 20 patients under investigation (PUI) who were awaiting test results.