Kim Ondreck Carim

Kim Ondreck Carim is currently COO/CFO at the Oakland Museum of California (OMCA), a leading multidisciplinary cultural institution of the Bay Area and a resource for the research and understanding of California's dynamic cultural and environmental heritage. As a core member of the Executive Team and a senior leader of the institution, Kim's responsibilities include establishing an ongoing plan for the Museum’s financial sustainability; directing administrative and operational functions of the institution; managing earned revenue opportunities including the Museum store, café, garage, and facility rentals; strategic and annual planning; and providing direct supervision of finance, facilities, operations, business development, and technology teams. Prior to OMCA, Kim was CFO at San Francisco Ballet, a position she held for over a decade. At San Francisco Ballet, she brought new levels of efficiency and agility to the way the organization understands and manages its finances and makes strategic decisions. Her achievements in that role garnered her a Bay Area CFO of the Year award.

Kim holds a BA from Yale and an MBA with distinction from NYU Stern School of Business, where she was a recipient of the AICPA’s John L. Carey Scholarship, and an MFA in English and Creative Writing from Mills College in Oakland. She serves as Treasurer and Executive Committee member on the Board of Trustees of Dance/USA, the national service organization for professional dance, and is a former Board Chair, Treasurer and Audit Committee Chair of Techbridge Girls.

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