Kim Moser's Bio

Kim Moser is a resident of Taylor Mill, KY. She received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing and served many years as a Registered Nurse in Neonatal Intensive Care and as a flight nurse for the UK Neonatal Transport Team.  Additionally, Kim attended the University of KY, College of Architecture and worked as a medical consultant for hospital design and other construction projects.

Kim is proud to serve as the President of the American Medical Association Alliance. She has served the AMA Alliance as a national director for three years and in multiple leadership positions over the years. She is the past-president of the Kentucky Medical Association Alliance and the Northern KY Medical Society Alliance. She has spent years volunteering in her community and state in her children’s schools, on health care initiatives and in support of alliance efforts. She was the recipient of the AMPAC Belle Chenault Award for exemplary political service in 2015.

Kim was elected Chair of the Kentucky Physicians’ PAC as the first non-physician to ever chair a Physicians’ PAC in the nation.  She currently serves Northern Kentucky as the Director of Drug Control Policy, working to eliminate the scourge of Heroin and Substance Abuse.  She has served on the Coordinating Council of the Northern KY Heroin Impact Task Force as Legislative Liaison and was instrumental in passing legislation to combat the heroin epidemic.  Kim is passionate about Health Care and Medical Legislative issues and been an effective advocate on local, state and national levels.  She was elected to the State Legislature in 2016 and serves the 64th House District in the Kentucky General Assembly. She sits on the Judiciary, Licensing and Occupations, Education and Health and Family Services Committees, and Chairs the Kentucky Medicaid Oversight and Advisory Committee.

Kim and her husband Neal have been married 32 years, and have five sons and two grandchildren.  They love traveling, boating and family adventures. They are avid hikers, having climbed to Mt. Everest Base Camp in Nepal and Kilimanjaro in Tanzania.