Esther Kim currently supports Accenture’s U.S. Corporate Citizenship program, the Skills to Succeed (S2S) Academy. Specifically, she supports the development of new partnerships to expand the reach of the Academy to young people who want to take charge of their careers. She also makes continuous improvements to the Academy to ensure the material is up-to-date and responsive to feedback from students and instructors using the Academy.
Prior to this role, Esther has had more than a decade of experience in education, training, communications, project management, and new business development. She first served as an international school teacher traveling the world, then shifted to non-profit and international development work in the education sector. Through her varied career path, Esther firsthand knows the challenges of forging a career and navigating the shifts. She truly believes young people should start thinking and preparing for their careers now, and that the Skills to Succeed Academy is such a valuable tool to do that.
Esther received her M.A. in International Educational Development from Teachers College – Columbia University, and her B.A. in Education/Psychology from Swarthmore College. She lives in Arlington, VA with her husband and two little boys.