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At the helm of Murdoch Social Capital stands Kim Murdoch, wearing a huge smile.  This ship sails in the waters Kim loves best, fostering social capital via communications, events, community impact analysis, and development/grantwriting.  Based in the heart of downtown Concord, NH, Murdoch Social Capital ably assists nonprofits, for-profit businesses, municipalities, and individuals accomplish their goals while strengthening their communities.

Kim Murdoch + daughter Grace running to support CHaD + helping set a new world record for most people dressed as superheroes.

 

Murdoch Social Capital

4 Bicentennial Square, 3rd Floor, Suite 8

Concord, NH  03301

P: 603.369.7889

E: murdochsocialcapital@gmail.com

www.murdochsocialcapital.com

About Director Kim Murdoch (in a nutshell)…

Education:

  • MBA in International Business from UNH’s Whittemore School of Business & Economics
  • Bachelor degree in Business Mangement

Past Gigs:

  • Interim Executive Director – Intown Concord (formerly Main Street Concord)
  • Executive Director – Centennial Senior Center
  • Director of Marketing + Logistics – Wings of Hope Air Show (attracted 200,000 attendees to Pease for a weekend air show; they arrived/enjoyed/exited w/ near flawless logistics)
  • Senior Accountant – J. Jill Group
  • Event Director – National Subaru Women’s Winter Tour (tripled attendance at the WV event)

Volunteer Endeavors:

  • Concord Public Safety Foundation: founder + Board Chair
  • Rock On Foundation: founding Board Member
  • ConcordTV: Board of Directors
  • Special Olympics NH
    • Volunteer (20 years) – coach/local coordinator/event volunteer
    • Team Captain – Concord’s Coolest Plunge Team
    • Created + executed “Concord’s Coolest – On Ice!” fundraiser
  • National Night Out: Media Captain
  • Leadership Greater Concord
    • Past Chair + Vice Chair
    • Member of LGC class of 2009
  • Main Street Concord/Intown Concord
    • Founder (+ producer) of Free Family Fun at Market Days
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