Kimberly Pruim serves as the Director of Constituent Services and Community Partnerships to County Executive Calvin Ball. She is passionate about forging and reinforcing community relationships and is committed to ensuring all constituents have an avenue to discuss county business, concerns and opportunities to enhance our neighborhoods. Dedicated to community representation in county government, Kimberly oversees the County’s Boards and Commissions and the appointment processes. Believing in the importance of the youth voice, Kimberly also manages the County’s interns and placements, serves as a mentor herself, and is the County’s Business Liaison to Project SEARCH.
Kimberly is also the liaison, and project manager where needed, for the County Executive’s priority projects including the Money Matters Fair, a financial literacy initiative, the Veteran’s Day Parade, a celebration of our armed forces, our Toys for Tots Giveaway, a collaboration with the Marine Corps Reserve Foundation helping spread cheer to our children and families during the holiday season, the EC250 Planning Team, a coordinated effort to celebrate Ellicott City’s upcoming 250 th Anniversary and other community-driven initiatives. She is also the County Executive’s representative to the DC Metroplex BWI Community Roundtable, a multi-jurisdictional effort on airport noise.
Prior to joining the Administration, Kimberly had nearly a decade of experience in county government. As Special Assistant to then Councilmember Calvin Ball, she oversaw legislative affairs, managed constituent relations and district office operations, cultivated community relationships and partnerships with residents and community organizations, spearheaded initiatives and events in support of our neighbors, and was responsible for district communication including drafting testimony, press releases, community newsletters, and managing social media. She also has experience in the private sector having managed business and client relations and cultivated strategic partnerships with local, regional and international associations.
Kimberly lives in Crofton, MD with her rescue dog, Luci, is passionate about fostering dogs until they find their forever home and serves as vice president of her homeowners association. She also served on Anne Arundel County Executive Steuart Pittman’s transition team as a committee member. Kimberly graduated from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County with a B.A. in Political Science, a B.A. in Psychology and a minor in Legal Policy.