More than 20 years of combined PR, communications & marketing content experience.
KBConsulting, Inc., is an Albuquerque-based company whose owner has more than 20 years of experience in public relations, communications and marketing in mainstream markets and Indian Country. The 100 percent, American Indian-owned business has proven track record of formulating effective and efficient messages that translate into positive public relations campaigns, sales or donations and brand recognition.
Kim Baca (Navajo/Santa Clara Pueblo), KBConsulting owner, provides consulting services based on nearly 10 years of media experience that includes The Associated Press, The Santa Fe New Mexican and El Paso Times. Kim has also been a marketing and communications director in the higher education and nonprofit sectors, and served two years as interim executive director of the Native American Journalists Association before the organization moved to Oklahoma.
Kim has also conducted public relations and legislative work at the National American Indian Housing Council in Washington, D.C., and at the former New Mexico Office of Indian Affairs in Santa Fe, N.M. She also served as a legislative analyst for former New Mexico House Speaker Ben Lujan.
1st Place – Best News Story – Print (Professional Division III)
June 2018 – Native American Journalists Association
Multi-Hazard Emergency Planning for Higher Education
U.S. Department of Homeland Security - FEMA
Emergency Management Institute, August 2012
Office for Victims of Crime DOJ Training Center Consultant
U.S. Department of Justice
Began as a contractor aiding American Indian urban center grantees of Project Beacon, an anti-human trafficking initiative, in grassroots outreach and strategic marketing communications. Consultancy includes aiding American Indian/Alaska Native DOJ OVC grantees.
Public Relations Society of America
New Mexico Public Relations Society of America
New Mexico Public Relations Society of America Board of Directors
Membership Chair, NMPRSA
American Indian Chamber of Commerce of New Mexico