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Someone once described me as a ‘Creator’, and I wholeheartedly adopted it. I believe life is more meaningful when we create something that never existed. Throughout my career, I’ve been attracted to challenging opportunities that required me to learn on the job and pave the way for new programs, centers, lines of business, or successfully launching a new entity.

Being open to possibilities and examining strategies is what built my expertise in economic, community, and organizational development. I'm excited to take what I learned running my own company and apply that knowledge and entrepreneurial spirit to the nonprofit sector as the Executive Director of Truckee Meadows Tomorrow (TMT).


For 3+ decades, TMT has been the grassroots organization that collects and publishes quality of life indicator data in northern Nevada. The mission is to enhance quality of life by providing accurate, timely and objective data as the basis for community engagement and dialogue.

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Reno Nonprofit, Truckee Meadows Tomorrow, Names Kylie Rowe as Executive Director

I advocate to improve quality of life in Nevada.

"We are thrilled to have Kylie Rowe take on the overall responsibility for leadership and management of TMT," said Annie Zucker, board president of TMT. "She is a dynamic and natural spokesperson who will thrive in advocating to improve quality of life in our region."

"As the organization seeks to refine and expand its strategic initiatives, now is the perfect time to implement Kylie's experience, enthusiasm, and deep knowledge of Nevada to bring the TMT vision to life," added Sarah Gobbs-Hill, who has been supporting the search for a new leader as the organization's interim executive director.

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