Kimi is a Chief Resident in Emergency Medicine at Indiana University, and a licensed attorney. She holds degrees in political science and bioethics. She was the first graduate of the MD/JD program at the University of Florida. In her spare time she works on state advocacy, and has helped author several pieces of legislation that have gone on to become law. Notably she helped minors in Indiana obtain the right to consent to their own medical care. Her advocacy work has won her several awards including EMRA 45 Under 45 Influencers in Emergency Medicine, and Woman Leader of the Year at the University of Florida.