Nam Hyee Kim

Freelance Language Translator & Legal Translator

Location:Red Wing, Minnesota, United States
2 Skills
CEL. (651) 338-6427
HOME. (6510 332-2027



[9/2007 – Current] :

*A Professional Korean Interpreter & Translator (Freelancer)
- Minnesota Court Registered Korean Legal Interpreter
- Court interpreter for US court
- Court interpreter for Ramsey, Hennepin, Dakota, Scott, Washington,
Anoka, St. Louis, Duluth counties in Minnesota
- Worker’s compensation court interpreter through conference call
- St. Paul public school district contracted interpreter
- Medical Interpreter in Health Partner, Fairview , U of M and etc.

* Translator and Software consultant for Department of Public Safety of Hawaii State,
SAVIN (Statewide Automated Victim Information and Notification System) - Korean
Project Whole Program

* Vocal Talent for Hawaii SAVIN & VINE

* OPI & RPI Examiner for Korean language test for American airline, Delta (North West)
And United Airline employees

* Program Coordinator & Interviewer for Korean Broadcasting Company, EBS’s special
documentary production in Minnesota

* Business Conference Interpreter – 3M, Samsung, LG, North Star Imaging INC, Wenger
INC. Joen Tech etc.

[7/2003 – 8/2006] : Instructor of KCC (Korean Culture Camp) & KIM(Korean Institution of
-Taught Korean culture , language, arts & craft, music and self-esteem
classes To adapted young Korean & their American parents

[7/2002 – 6/2003] : Part time worker in AACS (Asian American Community Services) in Columbus,

*Group Counseling Facilitator:
Coordinate three support groups (Korean parents, wives, and students) and
facilitated the group meetings twice a months.

*Workshop speaker/coordinator:
Conducted children & youth drug-prevention education & activity programs
(With video watching and group discussion education, various activities
were offered such as arts & craft, Takweondo, music, cooking demo, seasonal celebration in every two weeks) . Also, conducted other various workshops with topics of immigrant issues, domestic violence prevention, traffic safety, elderly & child abuse prevention, cultural adjustment, , social benefits, mental & physical health and so on.

*Cultural Educator:
Korean culture presenter for various organizations such as Family and Job
Opportunity centers, Public Schools, General Hospitals.
A panelist t of Korean Culture in "Understanding Our World" from was Ohio Health Department to provide cultural diversity and sensitivity
to health service providers

*Outreach Worker:
Helped people to use social services and to solve issues to adjust.
AACS advertising and making cooperation with other organizations. Recruited community volunteers and educated them monthly.

[2/2002 - 4/2002] Professional interpreter during the American non-profit organization,
The Great Book Foundation's 2nd Consultation to Han Sol Inc, one of
the top Korean private education company.
Translator of the president of Great Book Foundation, Peter Theme's
speech which was published as, The Educational Method of Korean
Language through readings in Seoul, Korea

[6/2000 - 8/2001]: An Intern counselor for youth & adults congregations Park Street
Brethren Church(over 700 congregations) in Ashland, Ohio
Divorce Recovery group for American in English Service
International Students and Family Support Group leader

[12/2000 –2/2001]: Volunteer counselor at the Good Shepherd Nursing Home in Ashland,
[2/1999 - 6/2000]: Youth Pastor and counselor in Ohio Sarang Presbyterian Korean church

[4/1999 -12/1996]: The editor of “As if the Hermons’ Dew...”the, mission journal(quarterly)
Chang Sung Antioch mission board in Chang Sung Church in Seoul,

[2/1991/ -2/1993]: Professor's teaching assistant at the Department of Advertising and
Public Relations and Journalism & Broadcasting at Hang Yang
University in Seoul, Korea


[3/1986 - 3/1991]: Bachelor of Human Science, Han Yang University, Seoul Korea
Major: German Language and Literature and Human Science

[3/1991- 6/1993]: Master of Social Science, Han Yang University, Seoul Korea
Major: Journalism and Broadcasting

[9/1999 - 6/ 2001]: Master of Ashland Theological Seminary, Ohio
Major; Pastoral Counseling (Graduate with Honors)

[4/2006 - 12/2006]: Minnesota Certified Gambling Counselor Training approved by
the American Council on Compulsive Gambling
Completed sixty-hours of New Wave Training Parts I & II.
: Complete Grant Writing Basics Workshop offered by Minnesota
Coalition for Battered Women, Women of Color and Native
Women’s network

MGTP- Minnesota Gambling Treatment Provider approved by Council on Compulsive Gambling

Pas C- Pastoral Counselor registered State of Ohio Counselors and Social Worker Board

A Minnesota Court Korean Interpreter on the Roster

Fluent in Korean and English

References are available upon request.