What are the most common HR challenges we’re helping our clients solve today? Read our Q&A with Kim Rummler and find out!

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Kim Anania

President and CEO
(207) 781-6486

“KMA Consulting is built on a foundation of trust, integrity and expertise. Doing the right thing is key to our mission and values, and this is borne out in every KMA interaction – large or small. We invest the time to understand each of our client’s unique circumstances, and guide them confidently toward achieving the best possible outcome.”

Kim founded KMA Human Resources Consulting, a Women-Owned Business Enterprise (WBENC), in 2007 to provide businesses with practical HR advice and guidance, helping them to eliminate areas of risk.

Her distinguished career with New England-based companies has covered all aspects of Human Resources and organizational development. Kim has supported, managed, and led company-wide initiatives such as human resource information systems conversions, federal and state compliance, benefit management, recruiting, retention, safety, workers compensation, employee relations, coaching, and training.

Kim earned a certificate in Organizational Development through the National Training Labs in Alexandria, Virginia, and a Bachelor of Arts in History and American Studies from Muhlenberg College in Allentown, Pennsylvania. She is also a member of the Society for Human Resource Management.

Kim is active in the community, currently serving on committees for the Ronald McDonald House of Maine and the Atlantic Federal Credit Union. She is a past board member and Chair of the Board for Make-A-Wish® Maine, and has also served on the board of Friends of Casco Bay and Ruth’s Reusable Resources.

Kim lives in Cumberland, is the proud mother of two sons, and has an awesome, supportive husband. She loves traveling and doing anything outside, particularly in the summers by the ocean in Maine, and in her home state of Connecticut.


Read Kim on: An Employee-Centric Approach to Current HR Challenges