During early 2023, the Mudd Nick Foundation board of directors unanimously voted to add Kiley Konruff to the board.
Kiley Konruff was born and raised in the White Salmon and Hood River areas of the Columbia River Gorge. She moved to the North Coast in 1998 with her mom, brother, and sister. She is a graduate of Neah-Kah-Nie High School. After high school, she moved back to the Gorge but ultimately decided to return to the Coast and raise her two daughters in North Tillamook County.
Kiley has worked for the North County Recreation District (NCRD) for nearly 19 years. She has worked in each of the departments but spent the majority of her years in Aquatics before moving up into Administration. She enjoys the hustle and bustle of “being the face of NCRD” and prides herself on her vast knowledge of the building and history. During the pandemic, Kiley decided to try indoor cycling and fell in love! She became so passionate about spin and cycling that, when she was approached about the possibility of teaching spin classes, the answer was a very quick YES. She now enjoys teaching 5+ classes per week. As Kiley calls it, “her bike that goes no where but has taken her everywhere,” has inspired her in many ways. She is currently studying to become an ACE certified personal trainer and will be working on several continuing education courses.
Kiley is the proud mom of two daughters, Brooklynne (17) and Bryar (13). Kiley and her fiancé Tim can be found cheering their girls on at sports, dance, coaching youth sports and volunteering their time. In her free time, Kiley enjoys cooking and baking, reading, kayaking, golfing and traveling. Brooklynne is enlisting in the US Coast guard and Kiley is excited to have the excuse to travel and visit her daughter.
Kiley is honored and excited to be serving as a board member for the Mudd Nick Foundation.