Kim is our technical consultant at BOSAQ. Together with the consulting team, she tackles the water challenges and implements water saving measures to help and highlight the water scarcity challenges.
In 2017, after obtaining her Master’s degree as a Bio-engineer at UGent, Kim gained experience as a project engineer where she modelled, designed and drew for sewer systems for more than a year. During those years, the majority of her job consisted of consulting private households about separating their rainwater from their sewage systems in order to comply with regulations.
When she saw the opportunity to work for BOSAQ, it made sense for her to form a team with the same interests as hers, but above all with a real passion for the water technology sector.
By seeing the current challenges in the field of water, she is now working on the vision of the Water Experts and putting it into action every day to raise awareness in the world. Because of her social impact, she also became a member of BOSAQ as she volunteered in Zambia to help vulnerable girls get an education and build self-confidence.
Outside of work, Kim may go for a walk or walk outside, or engage in folk or African dance movements, which reminds her of her past experiences abroad. But while abroad, she appreciates diving to admire the tranquility and sights of the big blue.