Kim Hayes is a consulting account executive at PR Solutions, Inc., a public relations consulting firm that serves national advocacy groups, associations, foundations and think tanks working on a range of social justice issues. Hayes helps to develop and implement communication strategy and provide media training for the Afterschool Alliance’s Afterschool Ambassador program.
Throughout her 20+ year career Hayes has had the privilege of working with organizations at the forefront of human rights advocacy. Hayes is a Senior Digital Producer and Team Lead for AARP and a consulting communications advisor for the National Organization for Women (NOW). Hayes previously served as an account executive, project director at PR Solutions, Inc., focusing on media relations and writing for the Institute for College Access and Success, MomsRising and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
Hayes also worked in communications and development for the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights, Zero to Three and the National American Indian Housing Council. Her earned media hits include the New York Times, NBC Nightly News, The Today Show, the Washington Post, Ms. Magazine and many more. She served as editor of Native American Report and her byline has appeared on AARP’s The Girlfriend, Enjuris.com and in American Indian Report.
Hayes has a BA in Communications from Goucher College in Towson, MD.