Kimberly Williams has been named the first chief operating officer of Retrofit Inc. Williams, a senior-level executive with management experience in a variety of businesses, will combine her knowledge of the technology and service sectors to drive growth for the Chicago-based weight loss company. She will lead Retrofit's team of national wellness experts as they drive unrivaled outcomes for weight loss clients through innovative technology and client support. Williams previously was president of Restaurant Technology Services LLC, which provides IT help desk services for 13,000 McDonald's restaurants worldwide. She has more than 20 years of experience in building organizational structures and managing remote teams. Prior to her role at Retrofit, Williams served as Presiden Williams also served as president of a $240M subsidiary of Banta Specialized Publications Group (now owned by R.R. Donnelley), where she managed more than 1,200 employees and generated operating earnings of nearly $27 million by growing the business and implementing cost-saving measures. She also spent time with Boston Consulting Group and Arthur Andersen. Williams has a bachelor's degree from University of Michigan and an MBA from University of Chicago.
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