Sonia Kim is the Senior Director of Evaluation and Data at the Alliance for a Healthier Generation, which was founded by the American Heart Association and the Clinton Foundation in response to the rapid increase in childhood obesity rates over the last three decades. She is responsible for the Alliance’s overall evaluation, data, and reporting plan, focusing on school and community programs, and private business sector engagement. She works closely with the Alliance’s Senior Leadership Team and program leaders to drive the Alliance’s evidence-based approach and contribute to the overall body of research related to children’s health. Prior to joining the Alliance in 2016, she worked at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for almost 8 years. While at the CDC her work focused on policy, systems, and environmental approaches to improving nutrition and preventing obesity, including healthy food access, food service guidelines at worksites, community and clinical linkages, and food insecurity. She led several high-profile projects, including CDC’s August 2014 Vital Signs, Children Eating More Fruit Not More Vegetables; State Indicator Report on Fruits and Vegetables, 2013; and the Food Service Guidelines for Federal Facilities. Sonia currently serves as advisor to CDC’s extramural Nutrition and Obesity Policy Research and Evaluation Network and Voices for Healthy Kids Policy Research Advisory Group; and she serves on AHA’s 2030 Goal Setting Task Force and RWFJ’s Policy Advocacy Evaluation Advisory Committee, 2017.