Kim Rutsito recently joined the Indiana Rural Health Association. She is currently a Senior at Purdue University studying Public Health and plans on attending graduate school to obtain her Master's in Public Health.
She works as a data assistant on the Healthy Start initiative, which is a grant-funded program under the Health Resources and Services Administration for working to decrease the infant mortality rate in four high-risk counties in Indiana. She is excited to work for IRHA involving grants, data collection, and developing programs.
Kim resides in Fishers, Indiana. At home, she enjoys going to Top Golf and Portillos with her family. In her free time, She enjoys walking trails, drawing, assembling puzzles, and cooking. HEr favorite dish to make is Lasagna.