Hunter donates to U. of Washington diversity efforts

SEATTLE: Alumnus Kim Hunter has donated $30,000 to the University of Washington's Office of Minority Affairs and Diversity to enhance its ability to help underrepresented students who major in business with an emphasis in marketing, advertising, or communications.

SEATTLE: Alumnus Kim Hunter has donated $30,000 to the University of Washington's Office of Minority Affairs and Diversity to enhance its ability to help underrepresented students who major in business with an emphasis in marketing, advertising, or communications.

Prior to starting the Kim L. Hunter Internship Support Fund, he donated $25,000 to the Michael G. Foster School of Business for an endowed scholarship fund to benefit students from an underrepresented background pursuing a degree in marketing.

Hunter now manages three companies, including Lagrant Communications, an integrated marcomms firm specializing in multicultural markets. He also runs the Lagrant Foundation, a nonprofit that works to increase diversity in advertising, marketing, and PR, and KLH & Associates, a multicultural executive search firm.

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