Chief Development Officer
Kim Mercier is a nonprofit advocate who is committed to building the capacity of nonprofit organizations around the country. She specialize in helping under-resourced organizations develop and implement strategic and sustainable solutions to leverage their assets and capabilities to drive innovation and profitable growth while striving for a positive economic, environmental and social impact.
A passionate and skilled non-profit manager and strategist, Kim has secured over $20 million in grants and contract awards for public and private organizations serving some of our nation’s most vulnerable populations. In addition to writing grants and contract proposals, Kim has an extensive career and diverse background working in the non-profit and government sector at the senior management level, addressing issues of domestic violence, elderly care, youth, homelessness, affordable housing, mental health and social justice programs. She is a former District Court Commissioner for the State of Maryland and served on a two year-elected term as a Schoolcraft County Commissioner in Michigan. In 2003, Kim was honored as one of the Girls Scout of USA Young Women of Distinction. She earned her Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice and Communication from Northern Michigan University in Marquette, Michigan and currently matriculating toward receiving her Master degree in Public Administration.