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Alumna Joins CSUF Alumni Association Board of Directors

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The Cal State Fullerton Alumni Association nominated a new member to its board of directors. Beginning July 1, Kimberlee Smith-Grime ’85 (B.A. business administration-accounting) will begin her two-year term as a director to represent all Titan alumni through programs, initiatives and service on advisory committees.

Smith-Grime completed her bachelor’s degree in business administration at CSUF in 1985 and obtained her CPA license in 1988. She is currently the chief financial officer for Bejac Corp., a specialty equipment dealer with locations across the western United States. She has experience in an array of businesses, including closely held municipalities, nonprofit, manufacturing and distribution. Smith-Grime has been involved with the Cal State Fullerton Alpha Chi Omega House Corp. chapter, serving as treasurer for over a decade. She was recognized for her exceptional service in 2018 as the National Local House Corp. volunteer of the year.

Smith-Grime’s dedication to her alma mater and extensive professional background make her a valuable addition to the board. The Alumni Association is confident that her expertise and passion will greatly benefit the Titan alumni community. As she steps into this new role, Smith-Grime looks forward to enhancing the alumni experience and contributing to the university’s ongoing success.

Andy Inthavong