MacMillan, who was previously the director of human resources at Courion Corporation of Westborough, has worked for both nonprofit and for-profit organizations. In addition to Courion, MacMillan has led human resources departments for software companies Charles River Development and deNovis. In the nonprofit sphere, MacMillan worked for many years at Suffolk University as well as the Robert F. Kennedy Action Corps for Children.
“As we look to grow our organization, Kim will play a key role in making sure we have the right staff with the right skills in place,” said Joanne K. Hilferty, president and CEO of Morgan Memorial Goodwill Industries. “We look forward to her joining the team.”
“I am excited about working at an organization that is mission focused and has a staff that is engaged and committed to helping people achieve greater independence in their lives,” said MacMillan.
MacMillan, a Watertown resident, has an MBA from Suffolk University and a BA from Brandeis University.
About Morgan Memorial Goodwill Industries
For more than a century, Goodwill has provided job training programs and partnered with the business community to provide meaningful work opportunities for individuals with disabilities and other barriers to self-sufficiency. Goodwill operates Boston Career Link, a one-stop career center, which offers universal access to a broad range of services for job seekers, individuals who are looking to advance or change careers, and employers seeking good job candidates. Goodwill also offers programs that foster academic achievement and career aspirations among urban youth. The Goodwill Stores in eastern and central Massachusetts provide jobs and on-the-job training opportunities. They offer quality, low-cost goods to individuals and families looking for value, and support other programs and services. www.goodwillmass.org