In her position at the Pierre Elliott Trudeau Foundation, Mckim is responsible in supporting strategic initiatives of the Foundation and the President. She provides support in the Foundation’s building of relationships between organizations, institutions, and the greater public.
Working closely with on and off campus community partners on projects related to education access, nutrition access, and community participation and building while in undergraduate studies; her professional experience includes event coordination for The Love Quilt Project, team management for Life Pieces to Masterpieces, volunteer recruitment and on-boarding for American University’s Explore D.C., study abroad predeparture orientation programming for The Experiment in International Living: Leadership Institute, and the creation of a virtual conference for Resource Movement.
Mckim holds a Bachelor’s Degree in International Studies and a Minor in French from the American University in Washington, D.C., along with a certificate in French Language, acquired from a year abroad at The Catholic University of Paris in Paris, France. Her research while in school and beyond focuses on educational inequities faced by certain intersectional identities in South Africa, The United States, and Canada.