Kristin Smith is the focused and dynamic new Executive Director of the Catholic Community Foundation of Mid-Michigan. She brings with her a wealth of experience, as corporate attorney, church accountant/business manager, capital campaign director, administrative law judge, auditor, and Assistant Michigan Attorney General. Kristin has degrees from Lansing Community College, Michigan State University and Thomas M. Cooley Law School.
Kristin is the mother of two. Noreen, an artist and talented saxophone player, is a junior at MSU and hopes to pursue a career in medicine. Son Connor attends Powers Catholic High School, where he is involved in marching band, concert band, varsity tennis, and school musicals.
Kristin’s hobbies and interests revolve around attending Mass as often as possible, reading, praying the Rosary, and growing flowering house plants. She is a member of the Church of the Holy Family in Grand Blanc, Michigan. Kristin enjoys attending her son’s tennis matches, marching band events, and school musicals. She also loves getting together with her daughter for dinner, which gives Kristin an opportunity to hear about the wonderful things God is doing in Noreen’s life.
Before accepting the position at the CCFMM, Kristin was a regular adorer at St. John the Evangelist in Davison, Michigan, and member of an intercessory prayer group. She states: “I hope to connect with the greater Saginaw Community and build new prayerful relationships and respond to God’s call in my life.”