Kim has personal experience with Equine Assisted Services. While recovering from a brain injury, stroke, and broken neck, she has participated in therapeutic riding.
When she ended up in Georgetown, she wanted to continue with her Equine Assisted Therapy which led her to ROCK. With this, Kim feels she’s found her new riding home.
While at ROCK, Kim has taken on a role as a volunteer, serving as a Welcome Wrangler in ROCK’S front office! In this position she answers phone calls, greets visitors, and answers questions. She helps with mailings as well as anything else she can do to be of help to the ROCK staff.
Interacting with volunteers, riders and families of riders is Kim’s favorite part of volunteering. She enjoys having people stop in to tell her what they’re looking forward to and what’s new in their lives. She also loves seeing the progression of the riders.
When not at ROCK, Kim relishes being outside when it’s warm, and spending time with friends and family. She also enjoys motorcycles, four wheelers and sharing her recovery experience with others. Kim states that each day God gives us is a gift.
We appreciate your dedication Kim!