Kimberly Murray brings 25 years of experience and knowledge gained from working in municipal and state government to her consulting role with Strategic Partnerships, Inc. (SPI).
In her career, she served as a town manager, director of economic development, and director of development services. Kimberly held positions of responsibility in the areas of economic development, planning, redevelopment, transportation, community services, and public sector administration.
She spent more than 15 years working to accomplish strategic goals and build engaged, high-performing teams. Kimberly devoted her time in government striving to help transform the culture to a servant-oriented customer focused environment. She has a “big-picture,” strategic mindset and gifted critical thinking skills.
Kimberly also has strong communication and negotiation skills. She managed recruiting and retaining corporate businesses and represented municipal issues at the state legislative level to support local government initiatives. She is a Certified Economic Developer (CEcD) and maintains an active membership in the International Economic Development Council (IEDC) where she has served on the Education and Certification Committee since 2018. She also is an active member of the American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP).
Kimberly holds a Master of Arts in urban and regional planning from the University of Florida.