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            Kim Waltrip


            Kim Waltrip is ViceChair of Kim and Jim Productions. In 1976 she moved to New York and starter her career as a model for the Wilhelmina Modeling Agency. After four years she ventured off to Europe where she continued working around the world. In 1998 she moved to Palm Springs, after the death of her friend Sonny Bono, to help his widow run for Congress. After the win, Kim worked as the District Director for Congresswoman Bono where she helped establish the "Mary Bono Walk for Children's Charities," the "First Annual 44th Congressional District Mock Congress," was the liaison for the "Triangular Adoption" program which required detail discipline and a commitment to go to sea with the U.S. Navy in celebration of Assault Helicopter Warship's duties overseas. She also she established and helped produce the Semper Fi Memorial Honor Detail"Again They Servce" which took the top award in all services of the military. Kim established a Congressional Certificate for Service to the Country that would be handed out to surviving family members at military internments at Riverside National Cemetery. This program was started by Kim and it's the only Congressional office that offers this service. Ms. Waltrip has served on the Board of Trustee for the Olive Crest Homes for Abused and Neglected Children's Foundation, who also named a scholarship in her honor. She is a former Board Member of Palm Springs Women in Film and Television, is past Chairwoman of the Richard Oliphant Scholarship Fund, a former member of the Indian Wells Rotary Club, is a member of the Blue Ribbon Committee for the General Patton Museum and she serves on the advisory board of CBS local 2. Kim was honored with the "Angel of the Year" award by the Olive Crest Foundation, the "Aide de Camp" award by the Semper Fi #1 Memorial Honor Detail, she received the Woman of Distinction in the Arts 2009 by American Pen Women and received the Appreciate Award from the Semper Fi Memorial Honor Detail again in 2011.