Cybersecurity Regional Project Manager
Mikyung Kim-Molina is the Communications and Technologies Project Manager for the Bay Area UASI. Mikyung’s portfolio includes the following initiatives: cyber resilience, public safety information sharing, interoperable communications, and public information and warning. She also oversees and manages the status of numerous grant funded projects and is the Bay Area UASI contact for preventing targeted violence.
In her prior role at the UASI, Mikyung was responsible for developing professional services contracts with consultants and creating Memorandums of Understanding (MOU) with sub-recipient jurisdictions. Prior to joining the UASI Management Team, Mikyung was the federal HUD Grants Manager for the San Francisco Human Services Agency. While at the San Francisco Human Services Agency, she also served as a Contracts Manager and a Program Manager for a federally subsidized housing program that serves homeless individuals and families with special needs. She has also worked for various other City Departments including the Department of Public Health, the Board of Supervisors Budget Analyst’s Office, and the Adult Probation Department.
She holds a Master of Public Administration (MPA) from SFSU and a BA degree in Legal Studies with a minor in American Literature from U.C. Berkeley. Mikyung was educated and raised in the Bay Area.