Howard C. Lim is a graduate of the United States Military Academy where he studied International Relations and Environmental Engineering. Upon graduation, he was commissioned as an Army aviation officer and trained as an Apache Longbow helicopter pilot. He subsequently served in a variety of overseas locations including Afghanistan, Kosovo, and the Republic of Korea. In 2013, Howard completed his Army service in Washington D.C. where he helped to launch a veteran focused non-profit organization.
He is currently pursuing a Master of Public Policy at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government. His professional interests lie at the intersection of business, government, and education. In his spare time, Howard volunteers at a Cambridge based non-profit organization that teaches crucial life skills to help teenagers succeed in high school and beyond.