Kim Lewis

The Calhoun Foundation Names Kim Lewis as New Board President

The Calhoun College Foundation is pleased to announce that Kim Lewis has been named President of the Foundation’s Board of Directors. Making history as the first African American to serve in this role, Lewis will succeed outgoing President, Rex Cheatham. “On behalf of Calhoun Community College and the foundation’s...
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22 in ’22: Kim Lewis

Kim Lewis is the co-founder and CEO of Huntsville-based PROJECTXYZ INC. Since opening the company in 2005, she and her team have provided technical, engineering, logistics, manufacturing and military foreign sales services to the federal government, as well as for commercial clients both in the United States and abroad. Lewis runs the business with her…
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Meet Kim Lewis, CEO of Ole’ Orleans Wines

“Wine is wonderful,” says Kim Lewis, owner of Ole’ Orleans Wines. It brings people together, gives them things to talk about, and can create memories. Since 2018, she and the winery staff have been offering a wide variety of wines for all budgets. The winery saw unexpectedly high demand during the COVID pandemic, an opportunity that Kim Lewis seized upon and used to establish agreements with various retailers and distributors.
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WAAY 31 Celebrates Women of Color: Kim Lewis

Throughout February, WAAY 31 is honoring Black History Month by highlighting the groundbreaking successes and contributions of women of color in our region. Despite hardships, these women are leading and making unique accomplishments in their fields, and they’re doing this all while giving back to the community. One such...

Huntsville businesswoman Kim Lewis enters state senate District 2 race

Kimberly “Kim” Lewis, a Huntsville businesswoman, has qualified for the Democratic Primary District 2 state senate seat now held by Republican state Sen. Tom Butler. Lewis is well known in Huntsville for chairing the Huntsville/Madison County Chamber of Commerce in 2019. During her tenure, the city and county’s economy grew by 3,000 new jobs and $1.8 billion in capital investment, she said today.

Kim Lewis, 65

Kim Lewis, 65, of Pella and formerly of Sully, passed away Monday, Jan. 24, 2022, at Iowa Methodist Medical Center in Des Moines. Family graveside service was held Friday, Jan. 28, at Chester Cemetery, Sully, with Pastor Jerry Morningstar presiding. Memorial contributions are suggested for the American Kidney Fund. Kimberly...

How Louisiana's only Black-owned winery was created by Kim Lewis

Kim Lewis isn’t one to shy away from a challenge. In fact, the 37-year-old single mother of three teenagers leans into the unknown, always one to ask "why not?" instead of "why?" when facing a challenge. That’s exactly how she ended up starting Ole’ Orleans Wines in 2018. Lewis,...

Mid-Century Marfa by Kim Lewis

Built on two gooseneck trailers, the 380-square-foot Mid-Century Marfa was designed by Austin-based Kim Lewis. The colorful tiny house features a removable deck and screened-in porch with Parasoleil copper panels. The exterior combines white painted siding with dark wood accent pieces. The two trailers fit together in an L-shape with...

Calhoun Alumnus Kim Lewis to Speak at Success Symposium

Calhoun Community College will host its 13th Annual Student Success Symposium on Tuesday, August 24. The symposium will be held in two sessions: 9:30 a.m. in the Kelley Gymnasium on the Decatur Campus and 12:30 p.m. in the Student Center – Sparkman Building on the Huntsville campus. The theme for this year’s symposium is “The Road to Student Success”. Both sessions are free and open to all students.