About Kim Andresen:
Kim Andresen, an avid traveler and adventure seeker, has spent the better part of a quarter-century working in non-profit administration. With an emphasis on bolstering underserved populations, her grant, RFP, and content development work has focused primarily on projects that promote sustainable tourism, combat homelessness, and inspire arts-in-education initiatives. Kim has developed grants ranging from $500 to $5 million dollars, and has secured a variety of funding from private, state, and federal agencies. She specializes in grant administration and helping recipients decipher the requirements of their specific award.
A recent transplant to the Hudson Valley, Kim spent two chilly decades in the Adirondacks’ High Peaks Region of northern NY where she was the Program and Marketing Director for the Lake Placid Center for the Arts before transitioning into the role of Senior Content Developer and then Grant Developer and Administrator for the Regional Office of Sustainable Tourism — the accredited DMO for eight regions of the Adirondacks. When not biking the rail trail with her family or working in some capacity for the thriving local film and theatre scene, Kim can be found sharing her love of travel and the arts through content development, blogging, and video. And yes, as unbelievable as it may be, she actually enjoys grant writing and all the tedious little details that go along with it. It’s true.
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