KIMBERLY PRISBY, Chairperson
For over 22 years, Kimberly has worked as a client relationship manager and performance consultant in the financial services industry. Her primary responsibilities include facilitating workshops to assist clients in preparing to meet their strategic business objectives, motivating teams to grow beyond their potential, and training service providers to deliver exceptional service that strengthen customer rapport.
As an active volunteer within her community, Kimberly has been involved with Macomb Literacy Partners, the Breast Cancer 3-Day Foundation and Volunteers of America.
Born and raised in Macomb County, Kimberly and her husband, Mark, reside in Clinton Township and are richly blessed with the unconditional love of their many nieces, nephews and godchildren! Both are avid travelers who cherish diverse cultures and people, especially throughout our Great Lakes State.
KARLY HURLEY, Secretary
Karly is the Station Manager for EBW TV in Port Huron, Michigan. Karly has a wide variety of experience in the communications field holding positions as a news reporter, news director, media strategist, production specialist and video director.
She is passionate about producing positive, fair media that spreads hope and gives a voice to non-profits, ministries and community focused groups. With a Bachelor’s degree of Communications from Moody Bible Institute Chicago, she has a strong basis for integrating media and ministry.
In her free time, Karly enjoys spending time with her husband and family, traveling and being outside.
MARK MUZZIN, Treasurer
Mark loves empowering others and giving youth permission to fail and seek out novel ways to solve problems. He has worked with thousands of students and hundreds of educators and shares his expertise as a keynote speaker, as a corporate trainer, as a featured educator in several publications and as a co-author in a peer reviewed journal. Over the years he has developed a knack for galvanizing public interest and has been invited to be an emcee and guest speaker at several fundraisers. After having twin girls, his belief in the power of A Beautiful Me has only bolstered his resolve to serve his community through youth enrichment.
In 2020, Mark joined the Macomb Intermediate School District as a STEM consultant. This new position and initiative is an opportunity to inspire the next generation and pave the way forward in STEM education. Previously, Mark co-lead the evolution of STARBASE One, a cutting-edge STEM youth outreach program serving approximately 2,000 students per year.
He developed a love of travel after skipping a few Michigan winters while living on the island of Maui as a science teacher. Mark has a Bachelors Degree from Oakland University and a Masters Degree in Educational Leadership from Saginaw Valley State University. He has a boundless sense of humor, is a lifelong Detroit Lions fan and appreciates a well-timed prank. Most of all, he is a dedicated family man spending his free time with his wife and three children.
KATHY HAYMAN, Trustee
Kathy is the Controller for Electrex Industrial Solutions, located in Harrison Township. In addition to her day job, Kathy is also an elected official in her hometown of Marysville. She has served on City Council for 4 years, including two years as Mayor Pro-Tem, and has been re-elected for an additional term. She also serves on various other boards. Kathy earned her Bachelor of Business Administration degree from Northwood University in Midland, Michigan.
Kathy and her husband Doug, of 37 years, have 3 daughters, 2 sons-in-law, and 5 grandchildren. Through the course of her career and raising daughters, Kathy is aware of the importance of having self-esteem, courage, and a fearless attitude.
The vision and mission statement at A Beautiful Me is something that Kathy is committed to; empowering young ladies, and women, to help them reach their potential and be successful in their chosen career field.
In her spare time, Kathy loves to spend time with family, golf, and travel. She is a member of the Marysville United Methodist Church.
Kathy is excited to be an ambassador to A Beautiful Me, an amazing organization.
PHILIP PELOSO, Trustee
Philip is an independent sales and engineering consultant with over 27 years experience working in his chosen field of industrial robotics and factory automation. He attended Lake Superior State University where he earned an Associate’s Degree in Electrical Engineering Technology and a Bachelor of Science degree in Automated Systems Engineering Technology.
He is a 4th degree member of the Knights of Columbus and volunteers as a mentor to local FIRST Robotics teams. His time with the FIRST Robotics program has offered him the opportunity to work with high school level girls and boys to develop lifelong skills. He has been recognized by Governor Snyder as a proponent for his Marshall Plan to develop the talent of high school students to prepare them for the next generation of careers.
Originally from Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, Canada, Philip and his family have called Port Huron their home since 1997. He has been married to Debbie for 24 years and is blessed with two incredible daughters, Hailey and Jenna. Whether it is pleasure boating or fishing lakes in Northern Ontario with friends and family, Philip enjoys spending as much time as he can on the water.
JOSEPHINE STARCESKI, Trustee
Josephine is a Computer Information Systems (CIS) professional with a BA in CIS from Walsh College, Troy, MI. She has worked for Kmart Corporation International Headquarters in Troy, Michigan, as a Senior Systems Programmer in the Merchandise Order Processing and Planning Computer Systems. In 1998, she made the choice to stay at home full-time to raise three daughters.
Since then, many volunteer opportunities in her community presented themselves and offered Josephine leadership roles as president of the elementary Home & School Association, treasurer and recording secretary of the high school Mothers Guild and coordinator of several fundraising and social events.
As a 20 year volunteer for Girl Scouts of Southeastern Michigan, Josephine has guided girls and women in support of the mission to build girls of courage, confidence, and character who make the world a better place. As a troop leader, troop committee team member, district coordinator, trainer/facilitator, troop organizer, outdoor program volunteer, council program volunteer, departmental committee member and GSUSA national delegate, Josephine knows that giving girls and women leadership opportunities (large or small) is the key to helping girls develop courage and confidence to feel empowered to do anything!