Ms. Kimberly L. Wagner, MBA, J.D.
Executive in Residence - Information Systems, Law and Operations
B.S., Towson University
MBA, Loyola University Maryland
J.D., University of Baltimore
Kim Wagner has been teaching undergraduate and graduate courses in Operations and Project Management since 2015. She earned her MBA from Loyola University Maryland and also holds a J.D. from the University of Baltimore. She retired in 2012 after a 30-year career in the consumer electronics aftermarket support industry. Kim led her family’s small business from a local business in 1982 with revenues of $2 million through 2008 when revenues reached almost $25 million, and she negotiated the sale of the business. Kim went on to work with the multinational, public company that bought the business and remained for four years while the company was taken private again. As the Executive Vice President of the new firm, Kim was responsible for the operations of six warehouses in three countries.
Kim also assists a few local non-profits by serving on their boards, providing legal advice and assisting with operational issues. Her passion for our community is being further developed in the classroom through service learning opportunities for her students. She is currently the secretary of the Harford County Community Action Agency and the president of the Harford County Bar Foundation, which she co-founded in 1992 with Judge William O. Carr.
Sellinger Hall 202