City Announces the Promotion of Internal Candidate
for Director of Financial Services
On June 2, 2018, City Manager Mike Goodrum announced the promotion of Kim Moskowitz to the position of Director of Financial Services. Kim, who has been employed with the City of Coral Springs for 16 years and has served as the interim Director since February. During her career with the City, Kim served as an Accountant, the City Controller and Assistant Finance Director.
A Certified Public Accountant, Kim graduated with Bachelor’s Degrees in both Accounting and Finance from Florida State University. When asked of her goals for this new position, Kim says, “My goal is to maintain the strong financial reputation that the department has established over the past few decades, and continue to provide quality financial services to residents, employees and external customers.” A resident of Coral Springs for 25 years, Kim enjoys being involved with decisions affecting her own community. She and her husband, Rob, are parents to three teenagers and have been involved in multiple City sports leagues. With so many changes taking place in the City, Kim added, “I am excited about the development of the Downtown area. With the move to the new Municipal Complex, it will be interesting to watch the changes taking place from the very beginning.”
Of the promotion, City Manager Mike Goodrum, remarked, “It is great to see someone with Kim’s passion, energy and excellence receive such a well-deserved promotion. Kim is a valued and dedicated employee of the City, and will serve us well as the Director of Financial Services. The City of Coral Springs employs 1,200 full and part-time employees, who service 126,000 residents.
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