Ms. Kim Randolph
President and CEO
Heartland Black Chamber of Commerce, Inc.
Kim Randolph currently serves as the President and CEO of KBCC Inc., dba Heartland Black Chamber of Commerce, Inc. As President and CEO, Kim provides strategic direction, vision, and management for the programs and personnel of the Chamber of Commerce. She demonstrates expertise in strategic planning, membership/partnership sales and services, program management and economic development. Kim’s impact also reaches areas of public policy, nonprofit governance and operations, finance and accounting, public speaking, and fundraising. In the five years as CEO/President of Heartland Black Chamber, Kim increased membership, partnership, and sponsorship by 66%.
Kim, who also serves as Principal/CEO of INC U LLC, and JV Partner of KWAMEkc. is a natural born entrepreneur/mentor and has guided businesses into success!
Kim earned a bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Phoenix and University of Missouri-Kansas City. Kim is recognized as a E-Scholar in the Regnier Institute and United Methodist Local Licensed Pastor.
Kim is the co-founder of the Minority Chambers Development Center, a joint venture partnership with the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Greater Kansas City. Kim has launched several successful programs: ENCORE, a 1:1 business coaching program to assist in the recovery, re-opening, and stabilization of small local black businesses and HYPE (Heartland Young Professional Empowerment) program. And under her leadership, is moving the organization towards working to amend the legal name to Heartland Black Chamber of Commerce Inc., a regional chamber registered in Missouri, Kansas, Iowa, and Nebraska, (SBA Region 7).
Kim is a proud mother of two children, son Mylon Lucas and daughter Myecia Lucas. She has 7 grandchildren and 3 great-grandchildren.