Kimberlee Wilkerson Inducted into Hall of Fame

April 24, 2008
For Immediate Release

Kimberlee Wilkerson Inducted Into
Million Dollar Consultant® Hall of Fame

Kimberlee Wilkerson, president of Wilkerson Consulting Group in Cedar Rapids, IA is the newest inductee into the Million Dollar Consultant® Hall of Fame, one of only ten in the world so honored.

Criteria for election include:

• Serving as an exemplar to others in the profession.
• Manifesting the highest levels of integrity, ethics, and accountability.
• Achieving significant annual revenue and profit improvement.
• Contributing intellectual capital to the consulting profession.
• Engaging in continuing, challenging, personal and professional development.
• Taking prudent risk and demonstrating resilience.

The citation includes:
“As an example to all of us in committing herself to lifelong learning and the continual creation of new ideas to help others to grow their practices and enrich their lives, engaging her clients, colleagues, and audiences with her enthusiasm, wit, and innovation.”

The award was announced at the Million Dollar Consulting College Graduate School held at the Inn at Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Naples, Florida, by Alan Weiss, Ph.D., who conducts a global mentoring program for consultants. Dr. Weiss himself holds multiple awards in the consulting and speaking professions, and is the author of 27 books, include Million Dollar Consulting.

At the presentation he noted, “These are the best of the best and I’m proud to cite Kim as my colleague and friend.” The installation included the notation of “…the distinction of being regarded by peers as one of the world leaders in consulting, as evidenced by empirical accomplishments in client results, professional contributions, and intellectual property.”

More details can be found on the Summit Consulting Group, Inc. web site: http://www.summitconsulting.com.

Further info and/or photos:
Alan Weiss, Ph.D.
401/884-2778
alan@summitconsulting.com

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