About Kimberly Cuffe
Kim manages Davis & Company's key marketing strategies, tracks prospects, analyzes trends and oversees the firm's contact database and social media platforms. She also supports the consulting services team with research, measurement and client development.
Prior to joining Davis & Company in 2007, Kim worked as a bookkeeper/marketing assistant for National Display Marketing. She served for 13 years as marketing/client services director for Larry Tucker, Inc., providing analytical and marketing support to clients. She began her career with Hilton Hotels in front office management.
Kim holds a bachelor's degree in hospitality/business management from East Stroudsburg University and a graduate certificate in social media & digital marketing from Hofstra University. She is the mother of three—a daughter and twin boys.
Q&A with Kimberly Cuffe
What is the most satisfying project you’ve worked on?
I enjoyed providing project support for the L’Oreal PR Benchmarking Study.
Who inspires you in your work?
My Great Aunt Marie. She worked for the telephone company for nearly 40 years and was the second female manager for the company in that era. She was staff manager of benefits.
What was your first job?
I was a chambermaid and waitress in a small hotel down at the Jersey shore that catered to the elderly beachgoers. I worked with my brother and cousins.
What's your passion?
I love to read. I’ve been caught reading the phone book when I’ve run out of reading material at home!
Where's your most memorable place you've traveled to?
Ireland to visit family.
What do you like to do on the weekends?
Spend time with my family—my husband and three children. The weekdays are so hectic, I feel like I only spend a few hours with them in the evenings, but on the weekends I love catching up. My kids all play sports and my husband coaches, so I am on a ball field most of the time!
What was the first album you bought?
Styx, Come Sail Away.
What’s your favorite movie?
Steel Magnolias in 1989. First date with my husband!
If you had only one day left on earth, what would you do?
I would spend the entire day at the beach with my family.
What’s your favorite lunchtime meal?
A tuna fish sandwich, a glass of iced tea, and some pretzels and grapes.