Raised in L.A., O.C. and Japan, Kimi loves and appreciates the diversity of Southern California. She is a graduate of USC and also received her Broadcast Meteorology Certificate from Mississippi State University. Kimi started her news career in Hawaii and has also worked in San Diego and L.A. Clearly, she prefers to stay close to the coast.
Over the years, Kimi realized her greatest passion is to help others. She has a huge desire to serve people and let them know they matter. "We all have the ability to accomplish anything we set our minds to, and my mission is to help people discover their talents and achieve their goals." Kimi's community involvement and entrepreneurship in San Diego earned her the recognition of being one of the "Top 100 Women who Move the City." As an entrepreneur, she takes a keen interest in local and online businesses.
When she's not forecasting the weather, she's finding new hiking spots, emceeing and attending community events, spending time at the beach, and finding excuses to avoid the gym.
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