Established in 1956, CloudCorp coordinates and facilitates economic development in Cloud County, Kansas. Our mission is to promote, foster, and encourage throughout all economic levels and sectors the appropriate growth of a more diverse and better-quality local economy which supports additional quality jobs and new capital investment throughout Cloud County. We aim to provide adequate, appropriate and quality goods and services along with a high quality of life throughout Cloud County.
CloudCorp’s mission is accomplished by providing economic development services through the facilitation, coordination, and communication of information, technical assistance, available resources, and joint efforts among local citizens, public entities, private organizations, current business owners, and economic development prospects to help develop greater economic and social opportunities in Cloud County, Kansas and throughout the North Central Kansas Region.
CloudCorp is advised by a Board of Directors which includes representatives from each of the incorporated communities located in Cloud County and elected officials of local governments and public organizations in Cloud County. Please click here for a full list of Directors and members of the Executive and Finance Committees.
Terry Koch, Mayor of Clyde, Kansas, was born and raised in between Clyde and Clifton Kansas and graduated from Clyde High School. He attended NCK Vo Tech for carpentry and when he returned to Clyde he started working in construction. In 1996, he purchased the Farm & Home Supply. He has served on CloudCorp’s Board since 2012. For 39 years he has been an EMT for the City of Clyde and was also director for 25 of those years. Terry was a City council member for four years and the Mayor since 2011.
Terry married wife Brenda in 1980. They have three daughters: Adura, Darci, and Emily and 7 grandchildren: Gabe, Addie, Lucy, Bella, Colt, Jensen, and Hays. All three of their children live in the Clyde area.
In Terry & Brenda’s spare time they enjoy caring for their herd of Boer goats.
Kim Reynolds joined CloudCorp in January, 2019. As the Executive Director, Kim’s primary responsibilities are recruitment of new businesses, retaining current businesses and assisting businesses during expansion within Cloud county. Kim has been in the Concordia community for 20 years. She holds a bachelor of science in business administration from Kansas State University and a master’s of liberal studies in organizational leadership from Fort Hays State University. Kim has over 17 years of experience in higher education specifically related to recruitment, retention and fundraising. Kim resides north of Concordia with her husband J.T. and her three daughters, Peyton, Kendall and Breckyn.
To contact Kim email: email@example.com.
Administrative Assistant and Broadway Plaza Coordinator
Nicole Reed joined CloudCorp in February of 2021. She is the Broadway Plaza coordinator and is charged with handling the daily operations of CloudCorp. Nicole oversees all financial and technical responsibilities as well as handles the communications and marketing strategy for CloudCorp. Nicole is from Clyde, KS. She attended Cloud County Community College and Kansas State University. She earned her Bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education. Nicole worked as a Kindergarten and Pre-School teacher for 14 years combined at Clifton-Clyde and Concordia school districts. Nicole resides in Clyde with her 3 children Dyelan, Derica, and Drayden.
To contact Nicole email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Become a member
CloudCorp is funded one third from Cloud County, one third from the City of Concordia, and one third by incorporated communities in Cloud County, business owners and private individuals. All contributions help support the general operations of CloudCorp in providing economic development services to the citizens, businesses and economic development prospects of Cloud County.
A financial investment in CloudCorp is an investment in future businesses, future customers, and future projects benefiting our communities.
Please consider an annual pledge at one of the following donation levels and help CloudCorp continue its very positive, progressive and robust program of economic development. Your support can help us reach out goals in aggressively attracting and retaining business opportunities in Cloud County.