Paul KIM

Chief financial Officer

"Spring Slam is a family for me. It is a group of outstanding individuals who want to make a difference in the world. Cancer really does touch everyone. But this group represents hope. It represents hope for me. It represents hope for anyone out there affected by the disease in some way. My mom had breast cancer for several years. After she passed away, some of my best friends came together to found an organization that would honor her and all those who have come face to face with cancer, but it has done more than just that. It has become a vehicle for me to pay forward all of the amazing things people did for me and my family when we needed help the most. Growing up with a parent who had cancer taught me the power of community and care. Spring Slam represents a movement towards a future of people who know that we are all in this together.  Bringing people together through a love of sports, Spring Slam is hope for a better future for those affected by cancer."

Paul is from Arlington Heights, IL, and is currently a Mathematics and Economics double major at Northwestern. He serves as COO of Little Engineers, a student-run startup that provides coding tutoring services for local middle and high school students. Additionally, Paul is an A&O Productions Finance Committee Member,  Engineers for a Sustainable World Project Manager, and 5 Hour Energy Campus Ambassador. Outside of his extracurricular involvements, Paul is training for an Ironman and is an avid endurance athlete.

As our Chief Financial Officer, Paul oversees our all aspects of financial operations, including government filings and budget implementation.