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Kim Knotter

    Kim Knotter has worked for more than 30 years in the nonprofit sector in fundraising,
    operational management and capital fundraising in the Phoenix metro area. Kim currently is
    under contract with Rio Salado Foundation and Arizona State Park Foundation and has worked
    for the following organizations: Hospice of the Valley, Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer
    Foundation, American Cancer Society, Planned Parenthood of Arizona, Phoenix Art Museum,
    and Ballet Arizona.

    Knotter moved to the Valley as a college graduate to take a job with the famed Goldwater’s
    Department Store in the advertising and marketing department. Involvement in the arts and
    cultural community led to her first major gifts officer position with Phoenix Art Museum. Kim
    has worked on several major capital fundraising campaigns: Phoenix Art Museum, Ballet
    Arizona, Ryan House and most recently Eisendrath Center for Water Conservation in Tempe,
    Arizona.

    Knotter is a long-time member of the Association of Fundraising Professionals and served as
    President and long-time volunteer on the board of directors for 10 years with The Arizona
    Costume Institute. Kim is a sustaining member of the Junior League of Phoenix. Originally from
    Amarillo, Texas, but a resident of Phoenix for more than 44 years, she has raised her two adult
    children, Grey in Washington DC and Adriane Clair in San Francisco, with her chef husband,
    David.

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