Kim Case

Board Member
Long Hill Township Bd of Ed
United States


Kim Case serves as President of the Long Hill School Board of Education. She is also President of strategic communications firm, CN Communications International, Inc. At CN, she provides consulting services in the areas of media relations, strategic communications, and association management. She also serves as Executive Director of the Research & Development Council of New Jersey, CN’s largest client. In this role, Kim sets the Council’s overall agenda, advises its leadership on the Council’s mission of advancing excellence in STEM education and innovation in the state, and runs the operations of the organization. Kim spearheaded the development of the Council’s STEM education initiative, the Governor’s STEM Scholars Program, as well as created New Jersey STEM Month, in partnership with the Governor’s Office and New Jersey State Legislature. Kim leads the New Jersey STEM Pathways Network, a statewide strategic alliance striving for excellence in STEM education and workforce development across New Jersey. Prior to her work with CN, Kim served as a middle-school teacher in the South Bronx as part of Teach for America (TFA) and received her Master in Teaching from Pace University. Subsequent to teaching, Kim attended Rutgers School of Law-Newark and upon graduating was a litigation associate. In 2018, Kim was named one of NJBIZ’s 50 Best Women in Business and was recognized for her work in STEM by the Association of Women in Science (New Jersey). Kim served on Governor-elect Murphy’s Education, Access, and Opportunity Transition Committee. She also serves as a Board member of CASA of NJ. Kim is a graduate of Lead NJ. Kim was appointed by Governor Christie to serve on the New Jersey Governor’s School Board of Overseers and serves on Kean University’s New Jersey Center for Science, Technology and Mathematics Advisory Board. She is also a graduate of LEAD STEM. Kim received her B.A. in Political Science from Rutgers College.


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