Greenwood is President of Greenwood Productions,
Inc. which holds the State Licenses for
the MISS USA & MISS TEEN USA State
Pageants in Georgia, Mississippi and
Tennessee. She serves as the Executive
Director of the Pageants.
Kim was Tennessee's Junior Miss in 1985 and Miss Tennessee
USA in 1989. Kim holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in English
and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication from the
University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. As a performer,
she has traveled to over 20 countries and entertained the
U.S. troops on four USO tours including a tour to the North
Atlantic where she met her husband, entertainer and Grammy
award winner Lee Greenwood. The Greenwoods have two sons,
Dalton and Parker, and reside in Franklin, Tennessee, where
they are members of Brentwood Baptist Church. Kim was a
2009 graduate of Leadership Middle Tennessee and remains
very active with many community, church and civic activities
that are close to her heart.
Kim holds her license for the Georgia, Mississippi and
Tennessee USA events with the Miss Universe Organization,
producers of the MISS UNIVERSE®, MISS USA®, and
MISS TEEN USA® competitions. The Miss Universe Organization
is an international company that advances and supports
today's women. These women are savvy, goal-oriented and
aware. The delegates who become part of the Miss Universe
Organization display those characteristics in their everyday
lives, both as individuals who participate in the competitions
to advance their careers, personal and humanitarian goals,
and as women who seek to improve the lives of others.
The Miss Universe Organization is a joint ownership company
of Donald J.Trump and NBC Universal.