Kimberlee Riley, Orange County Regional History Center Assistant Director

Kimberlee is an executive with more than 25 years of experience in both for-profit and nonprofit organizations offering strategies for business development, strategic planning, public/private partnerships, governance, marketing and communications, product development, service experiences, fundraising, and online presence development/search engine optimization.  She has held positions such as Business Analyst at Sea World of Florida, Vice President of Jefferson National Parks Association, and is now the Assistant Director of the Orange County Regional History Center. 

 She passionately serves the non-profit community in her volunteer positions as Board Member of  Wekiwa Wilderness Trust, National Training Corps and Consultant for the Association of  Partners for Public Lands, Board Member and Webmaster of Florida Local Masters Swim Committee, Speaker for Friends of Florida State Parks as well as serving on the School Advisory Committee and Board Member of the Parent, Student, and Teachers Association at Lawton Chiles Middle School and Catechist at Sts. Peter and Paul in Winter Park.  She swam at the collegiate level at Auburn University and still competes today at the national level.  She loves to share her professional experience with colleagues and the inspiring and rich stories from history and believes that the learning process is just as important as the outcome.