Kim Allman is a senior leader, strategist and thought leader with over 15 years of experience in philanthropy and social impact across both the public and private sector. Kim specializes in financial well-being, racial equity, and social justice and has a demonstrated track record of leading strategic initiatives and developing and delivering innovative programs and products.
In her previous role with Capital One, Kim served as Senior Director of Community Impact and Investment. She led the strategy and implementation of company-wide philanthropic programs that worked to close the racial wealth gap and help people save money, build credit, manage debt and access banking products.
Prior to joining Capital One, Kim served as the Deputy Director at New York Mortgage Coalition, a nonprofit focused on helping low to moderate income New Yorkers become homeowners, maintain homeownership and build financial well-being. Kim previously ran her own financial planning firm and began her career as a securities lawyer, advising clients on investment products at Sidley Austin LLP.
Kim is a public speaker whose expertise on personal finance, philanthropy and leadership have been featured across a variety of publications, organizations and events. She has been featured in publications such as Triple Pundit, Black Enterprise, and ForbesWoman. Kim served as a spokesperson at Capital One and has been a speaker at SXSW, the Black Girl Magic Summit, the Bank Policy Institute, National Foundation for Credit Counseling and Cornell University Law School.
She received her bachelor’s degree from Duke University, her J.D. from Cornell University Law School and has a certificate in financial planning from Boston University. She also serves on the board of Working Credit NFP.