2017 Hall of Fame Honoree
Kimberly Malloy received her Master of Science in Counseling, specifically, Marriage, Family & Child Therapy and is a licensed therapist with the state of Nevada in private practice. She currently serves as the CIO (Chief Inspirational Officer) for the Relational Wellness Institute (RWI). The mission of RWI is to educate and develop others in relational thinking, so they can grow to embrace the complexities of the soul, life and relationships. The therapy, workshops, corporate training and consultations are geared toward improving relationships at home, work and in the community by embracing emotional health. RWI is proud to provide many services to organizations such as Hope for Prisoners, Walter Hoving Home, various churches and individuals through marriage retreats, parenting classes and leadership development.
Kimberly draws from her prior experience owning, Train2Excel, from 1997 to 2011, a corporate training and consultation corporation. She loves being able to help others clarify their vision, see their value and help them grow personally and professionally. Her conferences on Emotionally Healthy Marriages & Families, Healthy Conflict and Interpersonal Communications have consistently received high marks from corporations and individuals alike. She is a licensed presenter for the Color Code Personality & Character Profile. She has consulted for a variety of arenas including military, legal, medical and banking fields.
In honor of her sister Starr, Kimberly co-founded Starr Ministry, a women’s ministry dedicated to bringing the message of hope and healing to women across the world. She has been a highly requested women’s retreat speaker both locally and nationally. Kimberly has also spoken internationally in Eastern Europe and Central America.
Kimberly founded and hosts a monthly luncheon, Businesswomen for Christ, where women from all over Las Vegas are invited to network, fellowship and share their passion and help support non profit charities in the community.
She co-hosted a women’s talk show, A View From Above with Felicity Cunningham for almost three years. She previously served many years on the advisory board at her church, Cornerstone Christian Church. Kimberly graduated the Leadership Las Vegas program in 2000, served as Curriculum Chair in 2007 and on the Leadership Las Vegas Youth program.
She credits any accomplishments to her Heavenly Father, her family, friends, church community and to Leadership Las Vegas.
What brings her the most joy is her husband of 35 years, Monty, their three wonderful daughters, 2 sons in love, 2 grandsons and 2 granddaughters.
Each Leadership class has its own story to tell, including those of game-changing, community-driven class projects that continue to benefit Southern Nevada on several different levels. Some of these projects continue to have a positive impact in our community today. Here are just a few:
Centennial License Plate Leadership Las Vegas, Class of 2001
The centennial license plate, a commemorative icon of Las Vegas' rich history, has generated millions of dollars in revenue, which to this day still funds historic presentations and celebrations, such as the Helldorado Days parade and walking tours.
Lincoln Elementary School Endorsement Leadership North Las Vegas, Class of 2012
The class adopted this at-risk school and addressed resource issues, such as basic school supplies and uniforms. In addition, the class hosted a teacher appreciation lunch with prize drawings and a Career Day for the students featuring the class member industries.
Nevada Partnership for Homeless Youth Renovations Leadership Las Vegas, Class of 2007
Recognizing a need in the community for additional housing, the class picked up their tools and renovated condominium unis to help homeless youth in the Valley.
DJs for PJs Leadership Las Vegas, Class of 2003
After visiting a facility and identifying a strong need for underprivileged children to have pajamas and comfort, this annual event brings together some of the community's most recognizable DJs and other celebrities for a donation drive, as well as 5K/1 mile run/walk.
The Shade Tree's Children Activity Center Leadership North Las Vegas, Class of 2013
The class volunteers once a month, as well as purchases items on the Center's urgent needs list. The class assists with tutoring during their one-year commitment to the shelter.