After graduating from the University of Georgia in Athens with a degree in finance and international business, Kim hit the road as an intern with the Budweiser Clydesdales. After time traveling—and a stint with the state treasurer—Kim was eager for Athens and a hands-on job with a fun, high-growth company like Terrapin.
Kim’s role involves working collaboratively across departments, helping her colleagues buy the things they need in order to get their jobs done in the most cost-efficient way possible. Not a typical accounting job, Kim relishes the opportunity to partake in fun events—like regular Sensory Panels, where she tastes and gains in-depth knowledge about the beer.
“Everybody is genuinely proud of Terrapin and very happy to work here.”
“To be successful in a place like Terrapin, you need to be adaptable. In a fast-growing company, situations are always changing, and you need to think of creative ways to work with new people and problems that pop up.”