Cho Kim is a social impact advisor focused on scaling impact and partnerships. She has experience across geographies and various sectors including health, education, economic inclusion and mobility, and women and girls empowerment.
Most recently Cho was a Director at Spring Impact (formerly International Center for Social Franchising), a nonprofit advisory, and led their portfolio of global development projects. At Spring, she's also worked with nonprofits such as Marie Stopes International, Lava Mae, Sistema.bio and the BOMA Project- helping them replicate proven solutions globally. She worked with funders such as the Argidius Foundation, Hewlett Foundation, and the Lipman Family Prize supporting research on scale, supporting grantees with strategy, and creating communities of practice. Cho has worked with other intermediaries, such as Impact Hub, CARE (Scale X Design Accelerator), and the Miller Center for Social Entrepreneurs, collaborating to build a more supportive ecosystem for social changemakers.
Prior to Spring, Cho consulted with Vittana, ACCION International, and the Mario Molina Center on research, marketing, and implementation projects. Cho has a Bachelor of Arts in Business from the University in Washington and Master of Arts from Stanford’s International Policy Studies program, focused on poverty alleviation.