Stephen J. Kim, who has previously held managerial positions at Microsoft and Verizon, will join the Princeton University Art Museum in New Jersey as associate director for information and technology on September 4.
In his new role, Kim will oversee the team responsible for the museum’s online presence, which includes digital initiatives, collections management, digital asset creation and management, and application development. He will also lead ongoing projects that provide digital access to the museum’s collections and exhibitions for students, faculty, and scholars around the world.
James Steward, the director of the Princeton University Art Museum, said in a statement, “Stephen’s background in the technology sector, including his deep experience with innovation and shaping teams, makes him an ideal fit at this time in the museum’s evolution.”
Kim added, “It is a privilege to join the museum team at a time of great technological opportunity for engaging our diverse audiences in innovative ways.”