Youth Opportunity Center Hires Chief Financial Officer

Kimberly S. BurkholderKimberly S. Burkholder

By: Richard Crist, Whitinger Strategic Services—

Muncie, IN—The Youth Opportunity Center recently hired Kimberly S. Burkholder, CPA as CFO for the Muncie, Indiana based youth treatment facility. Burkholder has 17 years of experience as a CPA for public accounting firms specializing in audits and financial statement preparation for nonprofit organizations and for-profit companies, consulting and tax return preparation for companies and individuals.

Kim received her Masters of Accountancy from Manchester College (University). Kim began her career at Katz, Sapper & Miller, LLP in Indianapolis and spent the last 11 years at Estep*Doctor & Company, P.C. in Muncie. Kim is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Indiana CPA Society.

“The YOC is excited to have Kim Burkholder join our staff and Senior Management Team as CFO. Not only does Kim possess significant accounting and finance ability, her leadership abilities and personal values really distinguish her. Kim is passionate about the very rewarding yet challenging work at the YOC and she is committed to our local community”, stated Youth Opportunity Center CEO, Rick Rowray.

In addition to her professional activities, Kim serves on the finance committee for the United Way of Delaware County, on the Board for Altrusa International of Muncie, IN, Inc., as the Treasurer of YBDL (Yorktown Development Basketball League) and she is also involved in coaching youth sports. Kim resides in Yorktown, with her husband, Jason, and their son.


About the YOC

The Youth Opportunity Center (YOC) is a nationally accredited, not-for-profit, juvenile behavioral treatment center serving children and youth from throughout Indiana. Celebrating 25 years of serving kids, the YOC, in partnership with area agencies, offers a complementary range of services on its 75-acre campus including residential and outpatient counseling, on-grounds accredited school, CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates), juvenile court, day treatment program, and juvenile detention. The YOC is accredited by the Council on Accreditation (COA) and the American Psychological Association (APA).