Kim Quirk, the CEO of the Richardson Chamber of Commerce gave us an update on the new structure of the Chamber and the plans going forward.
Quirk has been an active in the North Texas community for more than 25 years. She was on the board of trustees for the Richardson Independent School District for nine years, where she served five terms as president. In this capacity, she led the district through major changes in direction and worked extensively with statewide elected officials to shape education legislation. She served on the boards of the Collin County Community College Foundation where she chaired the corporate giving program, Richardson YMCA, New Beginning Center, Dallas Black Dance Theater, and the RISD Excellence in Education Fund. Quirk was an ex oficio member of the Richardson Chamber of Commerce Executive Board and previously was on the Chamber’s Women in Leadership Committee, where she was a tri-chair, the Education Committee and the Public Policy Committee. Additionally, Quirk served on the City of Richardson Charter Review Commission that was tasked with updating the document.