Kim Wallan has lived in Medford for 32 years. She grew up in Klamath Falls and attended Willamette University, where she earned a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science. She moved with her husband Jim to Medford after they completed law school at Willamette.

She practiced law for 4 years at a local law firm until choosing to stay home to raise their three children. She served as Family Connection president and Hoover Elementary School PTO treasurer. She served on the executive board for the South Medford Booster Club for 6 years and co-chaired the school district Boundary Committee.

She has been a 4H leader for 18 years. Kim was elected to the Medford School Board and served from 2011 to 2015. She was elected to the Medford City Council in November 2016.

Education: Willamette University, B.S., Political Science; Willamette University College of Law, J.D.

Background: Private Practice Attorney, Textbook Editor Governmental Experience: Medford School Board (2011-2015); current president of the Medford Urban Renewal Agency; Medford City Council, 2016-present

Kim is honored to serve on the Boards of Directors of Southern Oregon Regional Economic Development (SOREDI), the Hospital Facilities Authority, Habitat for Humanity and the Rogue Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization.