As senior vice president of real estate development, Kimberly Black King oversees all real estate development activities for Volunteers of America National Services, including affordable housing development, acquisitions, recapitalizations, construction and national strategic initiatives. King joined VOA in 2018 after 20 years of leadership experience in the affordable housing industry. Her professional experience includes positions in the development, finance, consulting and government sectors.
Prior to VOA, King served as chief development officer at the District of Columbia Housing Authority, where she managed the agency’s redevelopment pipeline and development staff. She was responsible for negotiating deal terms, and the development program for transactions with multiple funding sources including Low-Income Housing Tax Credits, conventional debt, equity, gap financing and grants. King joined DCHA after serving for Mayor Vincent Gray as director of the District of Columbia’s New Communities Initiative, a $1 billion program that establishes housing policy and provides gap financing for redevelopment of distressed neighborhoods. Previous tenures include director of the CSH Mid-Atlantic office, senior account executive at Fannie Mae, and vice president/project manager at McCormack Baron Salazar. King earned a bachelor’s degree in business/accounting from Southern Illinois University, and a master’s degree in finance from Webster University.