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City of Wildomar hires new director to lead economic development


Last updated 6/2/2019 at 11:32am

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Kimberly Davidson will lead Wildomar's Economic Development Department.

For the first time since its incorporation in 2008, the city of Wildomar will have a formal Economic Development Department, directed by Kimberly Davidson. Davidson was most recently the Economic Development Manager for the City of Corona, where she focused on creating a business-friendly environment within the city and encouraged the growth of manufacturers, entrepreneurs and tech-related companies.

Prior to that, Davidson was the Business Development Manager for Wildomar's neighbor, the City of Murrieta.

Davidson will start her role within the City Manager's office on June 24.

"I am very excited about this opportunity with the City of Wildomar because I get to facilitate the creation of a strategic plan for the city," Davidson said. "Wildomar has a great deal of potential and I am honored to now be part of a team that will be leading the charge to really grow and realize that potential."

Mayor Marsha Swanson commented, "The city is pleased that Kimberly Davidson is joining the family and brings a wealth of experiences and resources to help lead the city into the next phase of development".

Davidson has been in Economic Development for more than 10 years and previously owned a home-based marketing firm in the Wildomar area. Davidson was named "Woman of the Year" in 2016 by Assemblywoman Melissa Melendez and received the "Citizen of the Year 2014" award from the Murrieta Chamber of Commerce. In 2008, she was awarded the National Small Business Administration (SBA) Award for being a champion of home-based businesses.

Davidson lives in Murrieta with her two daughters. She holds a B.A. in Journalism from California State University Northridge, has completed a Leadership certificate program with California State University San Marcos and is a graduate of the Executive Leadership Roundtable in Corona.

For additional information call (951) 677-7751, ext. 209, or email [email protected]


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