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Vice President

Kim Horton

Kim Horton, MA, CFRE

President & Principal Counsel

Kim serves as President and Principal Counsel of The Hodge Group and focuses on operational efficiency and excellent service delivery. Prior to joining the firm in 2016, she spent over 16 years lending her expertise to grass roots organizations, nationally affiliated organizations and higher education.Kim’s professional focus is on strategic alignment of resources, strategic planning and strategic partnerships.  She has worked through every stage of non-profit development from start-ups to strategic planning, accreditation self-study and capital campaigns and is able to streamline initiatives with the strategic vision and the values of an organization.  She works toward meaningful, sustainable results, which have a measurable impact. Kim has measured, successful results in:

  • Capital Campaigns
  • Annual Giving
  • Endowment Growth
  • Corporate Partnerships
  • Program Development

As an administrator, Kim has experienced further success in:

  • Marketing, Branding and re-branding
  • Strategic Planning
  • Training
  • Organizational and Team restructuring

Kim holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Human Services Administration and a Master’s Degree in Conflict Analysis and Engagement, both from Antioch University. She holds additional certification in Group Facilitation and Negotiation.  She is a board member of Giving USA where she serves on the Editorial Review Board for the 2019 publication. Kim enjoys gardening, reading, long-distance running, and seeking any available shoreline.

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