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The CloudCorp executive board has announced the hiring of Kim Reynolds as CloudCorp executive director.

Reynolds joins CloudCorp with over 17 years of experience in higher education specifically related to recruitment, retention and fundraising. She holds a bachelor of science in business administration from Kansas State University and a master’s of liberal studies in organizational leadership from Fort Hays State University. Reynolds’ primary responsibilities will be recruitment of new businesses, retaining current businesses and assisting businesses during expansion.

Kim has been part of the community for 20 years. In looking at her professional experience, she brings a skill set to the position the CloudCorp executive board was looking for,” according to Tim Parker, president of CloudCorp.

Reynolds replaces former Executive Director, Ashley Hutchinson.

“I am excited about this new opportunity. Ashley did an amazing job in her tenure at CloudCorp,” Reynolds said. “My goal is to continue and build on what she has put into motion. I look forward to helping the citizens of Cloud County through the advancement of economic opportunities.”

Reynolds and her husband J.T., who is the president of Concordia Technologies LLC have three daughters. Peyton is a Freshman at KU, Kendall is a sophomore at Concordia Jr./Sr. High School and Breckyn is in fourth grade at Concordia Elementary School.

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