Kim Moldofsky founded Positive Impact, Inc. in 1996 as woman-owned consulting concern focused on improving teamwork within organizations. Kim and her subcontractors developed and facilitated customized, active team building programs for Sears, Anderson Consulting, and the Social Security Administration, among others.
Kim also developed programs on creativity and innovation and was a popular guest speaker in an MBA course on the topic at DePaul University.
Five years later, with two young children at home, Kim needed a family-friendly change and moved the company in a new direction, providing communications materials such as case studies and newsletters for businesses.
By 2007, Kim was an established writer and blogger. And in 2008, she launched consulting services to help companies understand and connect with online mom influencers.
Read more about Kim's published writing, public speaking and media appearances.