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Kim Jessup is an expert in providing leadership to build coalitions among individuals, private and non-profit organizations, industry groups and elected officials. She is an innovative executive with extensive experience and a proven ability to manage and lead large-scale teams. Kim specializes in developing, cultivating and building relationships to achieve success. Kim’s current client base includes PublicSchoolOptions.org, a national grassroots organization advocating on national and state levels for public education options and the Alliance for Patient Access, a national network of physicians dedicated to ensuring patient access to approved therapies and appropriate clinical care.
Kim has provided strategy consulting, staff and volunteer leadership for more than 20 years on behalf of non-profits, major municipalities, regional, state and national campaigns. She has managed dozens of high profile events featuring both national and international dignitaries including the President of the Republic of China, Secretary of State James Baker and President George W. Bush.
Kim served as Vice President for the Arthritis Foundation where she established and managed all aspects of the regional office. She was responsible for developing the board of directors, management of fundraising and major gifts, providing training, managing staff and volunteers, building patient advocacy coalitions, developing and monitoring the annual business plan and budget.
Kim currently sits on the St. Luke’s Hospital Friends of Nursing Advisory Board and serves on the board as program chairman for the exclusive women’s organization, The Sterling Group and is a member of The Woman’s Club of Houston. Kim has also served on the Board of Directors of the Lupus Foundation of America and the Greater Houston Pachyderm Club where she held numerous offices including vice president, programs and secretary. She has served as Director of Development for the Harris County Republican Party, was an appointee to the Governor’s Commission for Women under George W. Bush for two consecutive terms and twice chaired the Texas Women’s Hall of Fame. Kim was Marshall for the Bush/Cheney for President Campaign and Chair for the Governor’s Conference for Volunteer Leadership, and served as committee leader for both the Texas and National Republican Conventions.
Kim has one son, Aaron, and resides in Houston, Texas.