US Representative for New Jersey's 3rd district, elected in 2018.
Kim worked at the US State Department and served in Afghanistan as a civilian adviser to General David Petraeus and John R. Allen, before working as a national security adviser for the White House under President Barack Obama. Kim served as a United States National Security Council official to Obama.
Early life, education:
Born in Boston (1982), Kim was raised in Cherry Hill, NJ.
University of Chicago, where he graduated in 2004 with a degree in political science.
During college, Kim was an intern at the US Agency for International Development (USAID). He later received a Rhodes Scholarship and Harry S. Truman Scholarship to study international relations at Magdalen College, Oxford