Kim Heathcott founded Clarion Security, a security guard services company in 2009. Ms. Heathcott started Clarion Security with one employee and no customers and built the company to be the largest women-owned business in Memphis for 5 years until she sold the business in 2020. Prior to starting Clarion, Ms. Heathcott had an 18-year financial services career in corporate and asset-based lending. In 2013, Ms. Heathcott was named President of the Memphis Chapter of The National Association of Woman Owned Business (NAWBO). In 2015 she founded the NAWBO Memphis Women’s Business Accelerator which has graduated three cohorts of 15 women the past three years. In July of 2013, Ms. Heathcott was named a “Superwoman in Business” by Memphis Business Journal. In 2007 She received the national NAWBO women business of the year and in 2018 Heathcott was inducted into the Society of Entrepreneurs. Ms. Heathcott also currently serves on the Methodist Hospital Foundation board. Ms. Heathcott holds an undergraduate degree from Vanderbilt University in Economics. Additionally, she earned an MBA from Southern Methodist University through its Executive MBA program in 1996.
Provider of security guard personnel for commercial and municipal accounts in the Memphis Mid-South region.
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