Kim Rhodarmer, a resident of Mint Hill since 2001, is the Founder and Executive Director of Servant’s Heart of Mint Hill – Assistance Programs and Community Boutique.
Kim has undergraduate degrees in Social Work and Behavioral Science. Post graduate work consists of a Master of Criminal Justice, NC School Social Work License, and Certification in Essential Business for Nonprofit Organizations from Wake Forest University. Kim’s work experience includes case management of physically and sexually abused children (ages 5 – 17) and a Juvenile Court Counselor in Lexington County, SC and Mecklenburg County, NC where she developed and successfully implemented a program for status offenders.
For 13 years, she worked as a School Social Worker for Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools at Crown Point and Winterfield Elementary Schools. She was named the 2008-09 Exemplary Employee award. Kim served as Executive Director of Matthews HELP Center March 2009 – 2014 and taught in the School of Social Work at the University of North Carolina Charlotte in 2015.
She served as a member of The Matthews Chamber of Commerce (2009 – 2014), Matthews Human Service Council member (2009 – 2014; served as Vice President and President), council member of the Community Health Alliance at Novant Hospital (2010 – 2014), board member of Smile for a Lifetime (2013 – 2017), taught in the School of Social Work at the University of North Carolina Charlotte in 2015, and member of Mint Hill Chamber of Commerce (2016 to date). Servant’s Heart was incorporated May 2016 and opened its doors four months later on September 1st.
To meet her is to experience her passion for Servant’s Heart of Mint Hill and the significant service it renders to this community.
Tracy Doyle, a 22-year resident of Mint Hill, is Servant’s Heart’s Community Boutique Manager. Tracy launched her lifelong retail career at the age of 18, at which time she realized quickly that retail merchandising and customer service would become her lifelong passion. Having worked in large department stores as well as small kitchen and home decor shops over the years, Tracy’s career has exposed her to most every facet of retail from the sales floor to purchasing to management. It was during her 16-year role as Retail Manager at Matthews Help Center’s thrift store that Tracy met Kim Rhodarmer. It was no surprise to those that know Tracy that she was Kim’s natural choice for Servant’s Heart’s Boutique Manager.
Tracy enjoys visiting other retail and thrift stores, as they offer her the perfect opportunity to observe retail display features, sales strategies, and customer service experiences so she can utilize what she learns to benefit the Boutique. Tracy loves mentoring her 60 volunteers, who appreciate the way she makes them understand the impact they are making by what they do and appreciate the importance of giving our customers a special experience they will always remember.
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Servant’s Heart of Mint Hill is a 501(c)(3) organization.