Kim Peterson has been programming over 30 years. His first computer was an Apple lle. His goal is to offer a planning and organizing tool for a successful class reunion. He willingly makes changes to the program.
While serving on his class reunion committee, Kim saw a need to organize data for reporting purposes. The first program was written in dBase language using the DOS operating system.
When the then-new Windows operating system was introduced, Kim saw the importance in updating the program. Since its inception, My Class Reunion.exe, has made significant strides to be one of the best organizing/planning class reunion programs on the market.
Kim holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from The Ohio State University and a Masters of Business Administration from Georgia State University. And he attended the University of Wisconsin. He has taken extensive programming courses at the University of Wisconsin, at Moraine Park Technical College, Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design (MIAD) and at Waukesha County Tecnical College.