Kim T. Adamson
Kim Adamson received her bachelor's degree from Westminster College in 1979, and served on the alumni board from 2001 to 2004. She has contributed to several areas at Westminster. She funded the Kim T. Adamson Chair on International Studies, the Anne Newman Sutton Weeks Reading Room in the Giovale Library (in honor of her grandmother) and the Kim T. Adamson Alumni House.
Entering the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve in 1974, and retired in May 2013 as a Chief Warrant Officer 5. She deployed to Iraq as a Civil Affairs Officer and Anti-Terrorism Force Protection Officer with the 4th Civil Affairs Group in 2004-2005. She deployed for her second Iraq tour in August 2009 as a Platoon Commander with 4th MLG, H&SBn, Personnel Retrieval & Processing Company(-). She has also served as a law enforcement officer, specializing in mountain and swiftwater rescue operations, wilderness medicine and hazardous materials operations.
In addition to a career of service with the U.S. Marine Corps, Kim currently serves as a Utah Senior Justice Court Judge. She divides her time between Salt Lake City UT, Tucson AZ and Coronado CA.