Kim O’Neill is a Lecturer in the UW Bothell School of Business. She teaches courses in operations management, project management, process improvement, and statistics.
Kim brings to UW Bothell over twenty years of technology and business leadership. Prior to UW Bothell, she held management positions at several medical device companies in the Seattle area, including Phillips, Sonosite and Cardiac Science. She started her professional career in the defense industry, contributing to an assortment of satellite, launch vehicle, tracking station, national defense, and missile projects. She is also a consultant and owner of O’Neill Business Consulting, where she has worked with a variety of organizations on process improvement, business results, and regulatory compliance.
Kim holds an MBA from UW Bothell, an MS in Electrical Engineering from University of Southern California, an MS in Engineering Management from California State University - Long Beach, and BS degrees in Mathematics and Economics from Loyola Marymount University. She also earned a certificate in Biomedical Regulatory Affairs from the University of Washington.