Kim Hulett is part of the Singularity University South Africa faculty with a focus on biotechnology, Advanced reproductive technologies and longevity. After graduating from Rhodes University with a Bachelor of Computer Science Degree, Kim completed a Higher Diploma in Accounting. She qualified as a chartered accountant after completing her articles with Price Waterhouse in Johannesburg. Kim joined Hambros Bank in London, focusing on cross-border corporate finance. After returning to South Africa, Kim set up a consulting business in corporate finance, structured finance, tax, and black economic empowerment transactions. She was also actively involved in the incubation of a number of businesses in the media, entertainment, technology, security and medical industries. Kim is a trustee of the Oliver & Adelaide Tambo Foundation and also a member of Abundance 360, an international entrepreneurial programme set up by Singularity University co-founder, Peter Diamandis, which aims to turn success into significance using disruptive exponential technologies.
Kim founded Next Biosciences and is responsible for the overall strategy and management of the business.