Kim Ainsworth is a former Litigation Paralegal and Legal Search Consultant with over 20 years of law firm experience and 10 years of full cycle legal recruiting. She has an A.S. Degree in Paralegal Studies and was a former Florida Registered Paralegal. During her legal career, Kim worked on high-end, high-asset and high profile family cases for both boutique and large firms in Tampa and Denver.
Kim joined the Company in 2010 and purchased it from her retiring Equity Partner in 2017, rebranding it as Infinity Talent Solutions, LLC where she serves as CEO.
Kim is associated with a number of professional organizations, both past and present: Florida State Bar – Florida Registered Paralegal (former); Co-Chair of the Family Law Section – Rocky Mountain Paralegal Association (former); Association of Legal Administrators; Tampa Bay Paralegal Association; Paralegal Association of Florida; National Association of Legal Search Consultants and Florida Staffing Association.
She is a passionate volunteer and has worked with many charitable organizations including The Sierra Club, Tampa Bay Chapter, served as the Auction Chair for six years with the American Cancer Society’s Cattle Baron’s Ball (Greater Tampa Unit), Bay Area Legal Services Cup of Hope, Special Operations Warrior Foundation, Metropolitan Ministries, PACE Center for Girls and Tampa Bay Watch.
Alexis Kimoto is an Executive Assistant for Infinity Talent Solutions. She has over 20 years of experience in business management and administration.
Alexis brings with her invaluable experience across varied fields. She has been a business manager for multiple medical practices, an executive assistant to the CEO of a community outreach clinic serving the greater Salt Lake area, and Intermountain Health Care. Building on her strengths in medical business management, she is excited to be making a change and working in the legal field to assist clients and candidates with their staffing needs.
As a military wife she has found herself in beautiful cities all across North and South America. Acclimating to frequent change has given her a unique set of adaptation and interpersonal skills that have served her well — and equipped her with an unparalleled ability to relate to clients and form connections.