Two community members appointed to Anythink Foundation

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Posted 9/6/18

Kim Crawford and Brigitte Grimm are the latest appointees to the Anythink Foundation, a nonprofit that supports creativity and learning opportunities by raising private funds for special programs and …

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Two community members appointed to Anythink Foundation

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Kim Crawford and Brigitte Grimm are the latest appointees to the Anythink Foundation, a nonprofit that supports creativity and learning opportunities by raising private funds for special programs and projects at Anythink.

Crawford has more than 18 years of experience as a public finance attorney, working with local governments ranging from towns, cities and counties to special districts, schools and libraries. In addition to serving on the Anythink Foundation board, Crawford also serves on the board of directors of Great Education Colorado and is an executive committee member of the Doyle Inn of Court. She’s previously served on the Jefferson Foundation, supporting Jefferson County schools.

With more than 20 years of private and public service in the finance and accounting fields, Grimm brings an MBA in finance and accounting and a bachelor’s degree in information systems. She was elected as the Adams County treasurer in 2010. Grimm is pursuing a Ph.D. in organization leadership and is completing the Certified Government Investment program.

She also teaches accounting at Front Range Community College and serves on numerous boards in her community.

She is a sponsor of the Adams County Free Income Tax program that provides free income tax services to seniors and low-income families.

including Adams County Food Bank, Adams County Aging Network, Adams County Housing Authority Finance Committee, Adams County Retirement Board, Westminster 710 Rotary and COLOTRUST, Colorado’s largest government investment pool

When thinking about this new position, Grimm recalls reading Malcolm Gladwell’s book “Outliers.”

“He takes readers on an intellectual journey of the best, the brightest, and the most successful people in the world,” Grimm said in the news release. “The common theme is exposure and experiences. I think Anythink Libraries offer that exposure and experience with their innovative and creative learning environment. I am so excited to be a part of this amazing team of leaders that is passionate about giving our community the ultimate learning experience.”

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