Economic Development Committee 

The Economic Development Committee focuses on enhancing Baldwin's economic well-being by attracting new businesses and strengthening relationships with existing businesses. Its goal is to provide residents with a prosperous community with ample opportunities to work, shop, and enjoy leisure activities. The committee is comprised of residents with diverse work backgrounds. Some of the committee’s initiatives include a commercial space database, business outreach public relations campaign, and the Baldwin Technology Advancement Project. We are community-minded and invested in marketing and presenting the hamlet of Baldwin as an ideal "location, location, location" for business development. The committee is open to new members who are willing to contribute their own skills and resources to continue building Baldwin’s economic future. 

The committee strives to do the following: 


  • Promote Baldwin to businesses.
  • Identify and pursue business opportunities.
  • Partner with potential businesses to locate available real estate.
  • Develop supportive collaborations with area agencies and organizations.
  • Establish a framework for future growth.
  • Explore sustainability and green initiatives for the community.
  • ​​Work with local government to make improvements to streetscapes.
  • Advocate for reinvigoration of commercial districts.
  • Publicize advantages of establishing/expanding business in Baldwin.


Interested in opening a new business in Baldwin? Click 
here to view our fact sheet on why Baldwin is a great place to do business! For more information on available properties in town, please email the Economic Development Committee by using the form on the Contact Us page. Please select "Economic Development" for the subject line.

About the Chair: 

Kimberly Malone 
has lived in Baldwin with her husband and two children for over 15 years. Both children attend Baldwin Senior High School. Kim has an MBA from Columbia University and is passionate about business and financial literacy. Her experience includes a total of 23 years in financial services (including 10 years as a licensed insurance agent), 13 years as a local Realtor, and 10 years in marketing and management positions within higher education. Kim currently serves as the Dean of Academic Advisement for a New York and New Jersey-based college.
 
Kim is deeply involved in the Baldwin community and is an active supporter of local educational and entrepreneurial endeavors. She is a past Lenox Elementary PTA Co-President and an honorary life member of the New York State PTA. In addition to her work with the BCA's Economic Development Committee, Kim serves as the Chairperson of the Economic Development Committee of the Nassau Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta, a volunteer community service organization she has been a member of for 30 years.