(April 20, 2021) – On Tuesday, President Joe Biden’s administration nominated 10 individuals to serve on key Administration boards and commissions.
This includes a nomination for Kimberly Caudle Lewis to serve on the Board of Directors of the Tennessee Valley Authority. Lewis is the Chief Executive Officer of PROJECTXYZ, Inc. and was the first Black female elected to serve as Board Chair of the Huntsville/Madison County Chamber of Commerce. Lewis is the only Alabamian named in the White House’s announcement.
Most recently, Lewis also became the first minority owner of North Alabama’s only locally owned broadcast television station, WTZT-TV. She is a lifelong resident of Madison County, Alabama.
PROJECTXYZ, Inc. provides services and products in the areas of engineering, logistics, technical services, manufacturing, and international foreign military sales. Lewis leads a workforce that supports federal and commercial customers across several diverse subsidiaries and at locations across the US and around the world. She has a 25-year career spanning business operations and management, technology, and federal government contracting.
Lewis’ previous career roles and studies in healthcare and information technology set the foundation for starting PROJECTXYZ, where she was previously involved in management of large-scale IT implementations and projects for large healthcare companies. She earned a degree in Computer Information Systems at John C. Calhoun State Community College.