Meet Kim

From a very young age, Kim Morley witnessed the importance of public service, good health, a strong work ethic, and strong family values. With over 30 years of health care leadership combined with experience in local government, small business ownership, and nonprofit management to this race, she's committed to giving residents in Michigan's 105th District the voice they need in Lansing. 
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Personal

From a very young age, Kim Morley witnessed the importance of public service, good health, a strong work ethic, and strong family values. Her father was a home builder who owned his own business and was a locally-elected city councilman in their hometown of Mesquite, Texas. Her mother was a dental hygienist before becoming a stay-at-home parent to raise Kim and her sister. 

After graduating from Oklahoma State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in corporate health, Kim began her 30+ year career across various sectors, including healthcare, local government, small business, and nonprofit management.

Kim and her husband, Bill, with their teenage son, Branden, reside in Roscommon. In Kim’s free time, she enjoys boating of any sort, spending time with her family, camping, snow-skiing, snow-shoeing, and supporting the community.

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Professional

  • Kim and her husband, Bill, are small business owners. The trust they have instilled in their customers, through honesty and honoring their commitments, has helped them maintain and grow their customer base.

  • Kim brings over 30 years of healthcare leadership, and feels healthcare quality, accessibility, and affordability are essential to northern Michigan. Kim served as CEO of a regional, non-profit health organization; she’s the current Board Chair for Munson Grayling Hospital Board of Directors.

  • Kim is dedicated to keeping public education accountable. She served on the Roscommon Area Public Schools Board of Education for 9-years total, 3-years as President.

  • Kim feels fairness is about equality of opportunity, not equality of outcome. She values common sense and accountability.