Dedicated Owner and Dreamer
Prior to founding KSC, Kim served as the Community Education Coordinator for the School District of Rhinelander, the Tourism Manager for the City of Sheboygan, and the director of the Rhinelander, Tomahawk and the West Bend chambers of commerce. She began her professional work life as a receptionist and served an Executive Assistant for 13 years.
Kim started KSC in her dining room, providing digital communications services and virtual administrative assistance to a small group of clients. In January 2016, she rented a one-room office in Downtown Rhinelander and welcomed her first colleague.
As the KSC team grew, more space was needed and the KSC office moved to Eagle River in 2017. While the majority of the KSC team works remotely, they gather frequently for in-person team meetings.
From the beginning, Kim has been keenly focused on providing excellent and highly responsive customer service. As KSC and the team grew, Kim expanded her focus to include serving KSC's clients ~ and team members ~ with respect, empathy, and open and honest communication.
Kim is humbled by the many opportunities KSC has been gifted, including serving small businesses, Tribal governments, non-profit organizations and educational institutions. KSC gives back as much as possible, serving with non-profit organizations, donating KSC's time and talents, and contributing to important area organizations.
Kim loves traveling the backroads while enjoying a favorite song or listening to an audio book. She's also a tech geek, and is always looking at new technology and strategies that will best serve KSC's clients.
She has been married to her best friend Mike since September 1994. Together, they enjoy road trips, camping, riding their electric bikes, and spending time with Bobbie, their Rat/Fox terrier.