Paula Fairly is not new to charity, non-profits and philanthropy. Paula gives both time and money because she is able to, and she is committed to the mission.
Paula is a semi-retired executive involved in working with others on developing their exciting, new life chapters.
She is a former member of the Moorestown Rotary Club. During a Rotary presentation featuring Cindy Quinton and Kyle Ruffin, Impact 100, South Jersey was presented. Paula was impressed with what she heard and decided to provide support to the group. She appreciates the idea of tapping into women and encouraging them to give back to local organizations in need.
In addition to a full professional employment background at organizations such as Travelers and General Electric, Paula has served on several Boards and community committees. Some of these assignments included Virtua Health, United Way of Burlington County and Medford Leas – a retirement community.
Paula has owned and currently serves as Principal Consultant for KCT Consulting – an Executive Coaching firm created in 2010. Paula and her team help CEO’s and their teams improve leadership capabilities across the country.
Family, friendships, philanthropy and charity are essential parts of Paula’s life. Her hope for the future is that more women (especially women of color) join Impact 100, SJ.