Kim Hildred currently serves as President of Hildred Consulting, LLC, which she founded after retiring from the U.S House of Representatives in early 2015. Kim served as staff director of the Committee on Ways and Means Subcommittee on Social Security where she assisted Committee Republicans in the development and passage of legislation to strengthen Social Security retirement, survivors, and disability programs, as well as in the oversight of these programs. Her prior service includes three years deciding Social Security disability claims for the States of Kansas and Wisconsin, followed by 10 years of increasingly responsible positions managing Social Security disability programs in the Chicago and Philadelphia regional offices of the Social Security Administration. Kim has a Bachelor’s degree from Waynesburg University and her Master’s degree from Duquesne University. Since graduation, Kim has served as a leading volunteer for her sorority, Phi Sigma Sigma, including International President and Foundation President.