Kim Bowman is the manager of the Division of Health System Innovation and Research at the University of Utah School of Medicine. Prior to working for the University, he practiced law in Salt Lake City. He has also worked as a budget analyst for Salt Lake County’s Aging and Adult Services Division.
Kim is a captain in the United States Air Force Reserve and a member of the Air Force Judge Advocate General’s Corps (JAG). He graduated first in his JAG school class, receiving the Highest Academic Achievement Award and the American Bar Association Outstanding Legal Assistance for Military Personnel Student Award.
After graduating from East High, Kim attended the University of Utah, where he majored in gender studies and political science. He then earned his MBA from Westminster College and his law degree from University of the Pacific. He also holds a masters in gerontology from USC to further grasp the policy and legal issues faced by an aging population.
He has served on the boards of community nonprofits and associations, including the LDS Hospital Community Advisory Council, the RiteCare Children’s Learning Centers of Utah, and the Utah State Bar Young Lawyers Division. He is also the chair-elect of his community council. Kim met his wife, Nadia, when they were both in law school. They live in Salt Lake City with their two dogs and two cats.
Kim Bowman is a member of the U.S. Air Force Reserve. Use of his military rank, service information and photograph in uniform does not imply endorsement by the Department of the Air Force or the Department of Defense.