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A member of the Board of Directors of Vision Theatrical Foundation, Kim Flowers is a Talent Manager at World Talent Management Group LLC,currently guiding the careers of many talented children, teens and adults who have appeared in; ABC’s “According to Jim”, Disney’s “Even Stevens,” U Wish and the Hallmark Channel’s Wild Hearts, episodes of the hit CBS shows “CSI,” “Ghost Whisperer” and “Numbers”, national television commercials for Little Debbie Snacks, McDonald’s and Senior Dimensions. In addition, a national print campaign for Target, Dolce & Gabbana, Emporio Armani, Louis Vuitton and Fendi, and fashion magazines including Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar, Vanity Fair and Cosmopolitan.
Ms. Flowers spent 25 years in the entertainment industry; touring throughout the United States, Europe, South America and the Middle East representing prestigious name brands; Bob Mackie, Peppe Jeans, Benetton, Macy’s, Ralph Lauren and Ellen Tracy. Kim’s work in film includes Rocky, Wild Orchid and Honeymoon in Las Vegas alongside national advertisers Ford, Chevy and Shell Oil.
Choosing to help others achieve their dreams, Ms. Flowers’ career in talent management began in 1996, when she became the first African American woman in the nation to run an internationally recognized franchise for talent and training and development. Among her many professional awards and achievements Kim is most proud of; 1997 Businesswoman of the Year from the Black Chamber of Commerce, 2004 Small Business Administration Award for Small Business Person of the Year, and voted most influential person in entertainment in 2008 by Las Vegas In Business.
Ms. Flowers also serves as a member on the Board of Directors for Mountain Top Faith Ministries of Las Vegas, Spoken Word Ministries and the Kimberly Daniel International Ministries of Florida.