Pim Doerr Alley is a seasoned professional specializing in fundraising and event management for political and nonprofits campaigns. Pim brings to Reviresco Consulting over a decade of experience working with business, political, and community leaders. Her positive, “can do” attitude has earned her the respect and accolades of colleagues and clients alike.
Pim first came to Chicago, Illinois, as a political appointee for the Bush Administration in her role as the Director of Regional Operations for the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. Prior to that role she worked in Washington, D.C. as the Deputy Director in the Office of Business Liaison for the U.S. Department of Commerce. At Commerce she successfully planned and executed U.S. Trade Missions for Secretary Evans and top Corporate Executive Officers from the country’s leading companies. She represented the United States and its vital business interests on trade missions to Russia, Mexico, China, South Africa and Bulgaria.
Pim started her career in politics and event management in 1996, working for the Republican National Convention in San Diego. From there she honed her skills in logistics and strategic planning as part of the advance team for Presidential candidate, Bob Dole. As a campaign coordinator at the Republican National Committee, Pim oversaw the successful election of national candidates. Her business and political acumen led her to hold leadership positions at the 2000 Philadelphia RNC Convention and in Austin, Texas for the Bush for President Campaign.
Pim is an active community fundraiser and sits on leadership boards of the Chicago Botanic Garden, the University of Chicago Cancer Research Woman’s Foundation, and the Northwestern Lake Forest Hospital Women’s Health Advisory Council.
Pim and her husband, Brayton, have three boys and live outside of Chicago, in Lake Forest, Illinois.
Specialties: logistics and event management; national and grassroots campaigns; strategic planning and implementation.
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