Spokesperson • TV & Film Personality • Radio Host • Community Volunteer
If we are the sum of our experiences, how would you describe Kim Adams? One word might be “amazing”. But one word doesn’t do it. An Emmy award-winning television and film personality and Telly Award winner might make her “fascinating”. Summa Cum Laude? Masters Degree? Those might make her “brilliant”. So does being a skilled meteorologist with awards from the Associated Press and Michigan Association of Broadcasters for her weather reporting. Being a CEO of her eponymous production company gives her credibility as “professional”, while her active support of organizations like The Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure, The Pink Fund, New Day Foundation For Families and Turning Point Domestic Violence Services – to name a few – reflects her “generous” spirit. You might call her “brave” and “resilient”, as she is a survivor of domestic violence, breast cancer, and even Hurricane Katrina. Kim appeared in Scream 4...does that make her “glamorous’? Maybe. But best of all, as a single mother of five, she is “strong” and “loving”.
And, she is also “current”. Today, Kim is the Fundraising and Development Executive for New Day Foundation for Families, and host of the Fearless Faith radio show, in Detroit on 103.5 WMUZ, and in Birmingham, Alabama on WDJC 93.7. She is also the spokesperson for 1-800-New-Ford.
Maybe “amazing” is the right word after all...
Kim graduated Summa Cum Laude from Oakland University, ranking 3rd in her graduating class. She received a master's degree from Wayne State University majoring in Radio/TV & Film. In addition, she studied thermodynamics and dynamics at the U.S. Department of Agriculture Graduate School in Washington, D.C., and Synoptic Meteorology at the Ohio State University.
Outside the station, Kim prides herself on her community involvement. She is an active supporter of the Susan G. Komen Race For The Cure, raising awareness for womens health issues . Most recently, Kim became the Fundraising and Development Executive for New Day Foundation For Families, which provides financial aid to help cancer patients during treatment. Drawing on her experiences as a domestic violence survivor and breast cancer survivor, Kim does volunteer work for The Miracle League, The Pink Fund, and Turning Point Domestic Violence Shelter. She also devotes time to Michigan Humane.