Kimberly Miles is founder and president of TPC HR/Payroll Consultants, Nevada’s largest privately-held national payroll and human resources management firm. She brings nearly 2 decades of experience in human resources, taxation and business management solutions to businesses nationwide.
In 2000, Miles launched The Payroll Company, which rebranded in 2010 to TPC HR/Payroll Consultants, to counter the lost human connection and empathy that large payroll and HR companies often have for small to mid-sized businesses. TPC brings back the human aspect of business solutions services and truly takes the HR and payroll pain out of running a business.
Miles has brought TPC HR/Payroll Consultants from zero to million-dollar revenue streams paying more than 28,000 employees in more than 38 states with a multitude of clients and growing.
Kimberly also is a speaker, radio personality, master connector, enterTRAINer, multiple-industry entrepreneur, philanthropist, survivor and mentor who is passionate about empowering others.
As a community activist, Kimberly consistently supports causes from animal rights to the advancement of women. In 2015, she focused her charitable work on her true life’s passion for eradicating modern-day slavery by founding the B.E. A S.H.E.R.O. Foundation. SHERO provides critical resources to support, sustain, and empower young girls and women, under the age of 25, who are victims of human trafficking, domestic violence, abuse and neglect.
With her husband, Eric Miles, Kimberly started Miles 2 Go Vegas, a community-based, socially-conscious action group that promotes social change from within each individual and their community and upholds dignity in all life.
Miles was a founding board member of Dress for Success Southern Nevada and served as the National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO) Southern Nevada 2011 Chapter President. She was named Women in Business Champion of the Year by the 2012 Small Business Association and the Entrepreneur of the Year at the 2013 NAWBO Women of Distinction Awards. In 2014 and 2015, Kimberly was selected as a judge for the coveted Stevie Awards’ International Business Awards and joined the Miss Asian North American Pageant’s executive board. She also was awarded the Las Vegas Business Press’ Largest Women Owned Business in 2015. In 2016, she was distinguished with the Urban Chamber of Commerce’s Women in Business and Politics Award, Women in Tech’s High-Tech Women Community Tech Award, Community Association Institute’s OPEM (Ordinary People, Extraordinary Measures) Award and Vegas Inc’s Safety in the Las Vegas Workplace Award. And in 2017, she was recognized as one of Vegas Inc’s Women to Watch and received The Golden Spirit Award.