Eunice Kim

Eunice Kim is the program administrator for the Berkeley MDP. She studied sociology and political science at the University of Chicago and worked at the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation as a research associate. Previously, Eunice owned her own consulting firm specializing in startups and real estate management and has given lectures on entrepreneurship at the University of Illinois-Urbana Champaign Technology Entrepreneur Center. In her spare time she serves on the Board of BOSS (Building Opportunities for Self Sufficiency), one of Berkeley’s oldest nonprofits serving the homeless and HIV community.


  • Water as a Wicked Problem

    Water as a Wicked Problem

    Did you take a refreshing shower today – say, for five minutes? If so, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratories estimates that you used the equivalent of one 60-watt bulb burning for 14 hours.