Kimberly Adcock has more than 18 years of human resources experience with a private sector employer. During that time, she operated as a department of one with responsibilities that included recruiting and talent management, corporate strategic initiatives, discipline and counseling, internal investigations, benefits management and vendor relations. She also handled retirement account administration, compensation, payroll, onboarding and corporate training, compliance and policy development.
She earned a Bachelor of Science degree in mass communication and a Master of Science degree in integrated marketing communication, both from the Florida State University. Kimberly received her PHR (Professional in Human Resources) designation from the HR Certification Institute in January 2009 and the designation of SHRM – CP from the Society for Human Resource Management in 2015. She continues her education in the HR field through an active membership in SHRM, both at the national level and with the local Big Bend chapter. Kimberly specializes in employee engagement and retention, employment law compliance, policy development and adherence, risk management and total rewards.
Kimberly firmly believes in achieving and maintaining the highest level of ethical standards for businesses, both large and small. Fostering a respectful, diverse, safe, and satisfying workplace environment is essential for the growth of both the business and the employee. Human resources is a balance of achieving business objectives with employee development and engagement. The ability to recognize and appreciate the fact that there are two or more perspectives on the same issue goes a long way to achieve a balanced, workable solution when issues arise. Recognizing when something needs improvement and taking steps to make corrections is essential to every positive workplace strategy.
Willow Tree Consultants is proud to be a sponsor of Kidz1stfund, an organization created by Jimbo and Candi Fisher dedicated to providing education and raising awareness about Fanconi anemia—a rare blood disorder that affects thousands of children each year, including their son Ethan.
At the same time Ethan Fisher was diagnosed with Fanconi anemia, Kimberly and Chuck Adcock were also looking for answers for their young child. The Adcocks embarked on a four-year search for a diagnosis and treatment options that included many visits to doctors and specialists, trips to several hospitals, numerous surgeries and enormous frustration. They were well aware of the need for advocacy on behalf of their child. With the boys being the same age, Jimbo and Candi’s plight resonated immensely with the Adcock family. Over the years, Kimberly and Chuck have been fond supporters of this cause, which raises money to fight Fanconi anemia and further research in the area of blood disorders. Chuck is also a huge driving force behind his employer, FSU Credit Union, getting involved in annual fundraising for Kidz1stFund.
Willow Tree Consultants was the proud sponsor of the #GivingTuesday Coffee Hour Kickstart, matching up to $1,000 of donations made to Kidz1stfund on Tuesday, November 28, 2017.
Community Christian School
Willow Tree Consultants is proud to support Community Christian School’s Light The Way Gala and Silent Auction in 2019. This year, Willow Tree sponsors the Celebrity Table Guest of Charlie Ward.