Director of Public Relations and Corporate Communications
As the director of public relations and corporate communications for Johns Hopkins Medicine, Kim Hoppe, M.A. oversees strategic media interaction and integrated external institutional communications in addition to managing the public relations and corporate communications team. She is responsible for increasing awareness for Johns Hopkins Medicine, managing and monitoring issues, implementing crisis communication management and developing a system-wide proactive media communication plan.
Prior to this position, Kim spent nine years as associate director of communications and public affairs for Johns Hopkins Children's Center, where she was managing the media relations, video production and special event coordination for the hospital. A journalist for nearly ten years, Kim was a senior news producer, medical news producer, and newsroom manager at the Baltimore CBS and ABC television affiliates and a coordinating producer at Maryland Public Television. Over the years, Kim has received several Tellys, a nomination for an Emmy and an award of merit from the Society for Healthcare Strategy and Market Development.
Kim earned her master of arts degree in communication from Johns Hopkins University with a concentration of study in corporate and non-profit communication. She earned her bachelor of arts degree in journalism from the University of Connecticut. She is a longstanding member of the Public Relations Society of America.
- Business of Medicine
- Corporate Communications
- Issues Management
- Research Integrity
- Third Party Releases/Branding