Orchestra Partners, a planning and redevelopment advisory firm, recently announced the appointment of Kim Hunter to its independent corporate advisory board. Following the appointment, he will be serving a three-year term, which is subject to shareholder approval.
“We are delighted to welcome Kim to the Orchestra Partners board,” said Hunter Renfroe, principal of Orchestra Partners. “Kim’s strategic thinking, diverse industry expertise, and experience in sustaining growth over long periods of time is exactly why we selected him for our board. His perspective and insights will be invaluable to us as we expand our business and continue to transform the urban experience. Lastly, Kim’s experience in commercial real estate and development as well as travel and tourism will undoubtedly bring value to our strategic vision.”
Hunter has extensive corporate board experience as he currently serves on CalPrivate Bank’s Community Advisory Board, a wholly owned subsidiary of Private Bancorp of America, Inc. In addition, he served nearly two decades as corporate director for SCAN Health Plan, a Medicare Advantage health plan with $2 billion in annual revenue. As corporate director, Hunter served on all five committees: Audit & Compliance, Compensation, Finance, Quality & Customer Experience, and chaired Corporate Governance for seven years after serving on the committee for 14.
Hunter is a member of the board of the chapter of the National Association of Corporate Directors (NACD) – Pacific Southwest chapter, where he serves as Chair of the Nominating & Governing committee. He is also a member of the Private Directors Association (PDA), the only national association dedicated to improving private companies’ growth and sustainability through governance that adds value.
Hunter brings 40 years of corporate and agency experience in advertising, marketing, and public relations. During his career, Hunter has founded three privately held enterprises: LAGRANT COMMUNICATIONS, The LAGRANT Foundation, and KLH & Associates.
The mission of Orchestra Partners, established in 2015, is to strengthen cities and small towns by partnering with community leaders and stakeholders to vision, plan, and execute transformative urban projects.