Stephen Kim is Associate Director for Communication & Information at the Princeton University Art Museum. In this role, Stephen manages the Museum’s art information, collections imaging, graphic design, information technology, and communications functions. In preparation for the opening of the new Museum building in late 2024, Stephen is also responsible for fostering institution-wide efforts around digital strategy and innovation.
Before coming to Princeton, Stephen held a diverse set of leadership roles in both globally established and start-up technology firms. He spent 12 years at Microsoft Corp. in the company’s newly formed advertising division, ultimately serving in the roles of Vice President of Global Marketing and Vice President for Global Sales.
Prior to Microsoft, Stephen was an early executive at RelevantKnowledge, which after a series of mergers, acquisitions (and litigation), enjoyed a successful IPO in 2002 as web measurement firm Media Metrix.
Stephen began his career as a newspaper journalist and then an attorney with the law firm of Morrison & Foerster. Stephen holds an M.A. from the Annenberg School at the University of Pennsylvania, an A.B. in Political Science from Brown University and a J.D. from the University of Pennsylvania Law School. He is married to Julie Chung Kim ’92 and has joyfully attended more Reunions than he can remember.