Keilani Lime, a former Charlotte resident, was recently recognized as one of 40 Class of Rising Star honorees by Vermont Business Magazine. The recipients were selected by a panel of judges for their commitment to business growth, professional excellence, and involvement in their communities. Lime was chosen from among more than 120 nominations.
Lime, a Champlain Valley Union 2007 graduate, has been employed by the RehabGYM for the past five years. A RehabGYM administrative assistant, Lime’s focus is on social media, specifically twitter, and business development. Her favorite part of the job is “the ability to work with people on the cutting edge of Healthcare.”
Lime is passionate about her involvement in and commitment to the Vermont community. She began her community service with Connecting Youth in Chittenden County and is also involved in the Burlington City Arts program. She was also active with the Epilepsy Foundation, the Amnesty International Club, and the Golden Huggs Rescue. Lime also coordinated a benefit art show and silent auction for Hurricane Irene Relief and captained a Relay for Life of Chittenden County for the American Cancer Society.
Lime is currently earning a degree from the Academy of Art in San Francisco with a focus in copy writing. She is the daughter of Karin and Neal Lime of Charlotte.
Lime and other winners were honored by Vermont Business Magazine at a dinner on Nov. 8 at the Sunset Ballroom in South Burlington.