Kim Allman joined Capital One as Vice President of Community Development Banking in July 2013. Her responsibilities include managing Capital One’s credit counseling grant program and overseeing grants and programming for national asset building nonprofits. She is responsible for helping to create and implement strategy around financial access, credit building and asset building.
Prior to working at Capital One, Kim served as the Deputy Director at the New York Mortgage Coalition, a non-profit focused on creating and maintaining affordable homeownership for New Yorkers. In that role, Kim oversaw counseling and education programs, counselor training, as well as legal and compliance issues. Kim provided technical assistance to foreclosure prevention counseling agencies through the Center for NYC Neighborhoods, the nation’s largest foreclosure prevention intermediary. She also served as the Chair of the New York State Coalition for Excellence in Homeownership Education.
Kim started her career as a securities lawyer, advising clients on a variety of investment products including hedge funds, private equity funds, mutual funds and real estate investment trusts. She received her bachelor’s degree in psychology and political science from Duke University and her JD from Cornell University Law School. She also has a certificate in financial planning from Boston University. Kim serves on the Board of the Metropolitan Black Bar Association and is a member of the National Foundation for Credit Counseling’s Advisory Council.