PRESIDENT & CEO
Kimberly A. Lloyd is President/CEO of Ogontz Avenue Revitalization Corporation (OARC), a non-profit, 501(c)3 community development corporation whose mission is to create and stimulate sustainable economic development through innovative and creative use of our available resources, while improving the quality of life for residents in the Northwest section of Philadelphia.
Kimberly has an extensive knowledge of Finance, Commercial Real Estate Development, Property Management and Strategic Planning. Prior to assuming the position at OARC, Kimberly was Asset Manager with The Michaels Organization which develops affordable rental and mixed-income housing tax credits. The firm also engages in construction, property management and the development of student and military housing. Ms. Lloyd has also been Managing Partner of The KAL Group, LLC, a consulting firm specializing in Commercial Real Estate Development and Project Management.
Ms. Lloyd's vast resume also includes positions held such as: Vice President of Commercial Lending at City National Bank; Vice President/Mortgage Banker for GMAC Commercial Mortgage/Capmark Finance; Multifamily Underwriter for Fannie Mae Corporation, and Commercial Real Estate Analyst with Philadelphia Savings Fund Society (PSFS).
Kimberly is active and engaged in many activities; serving as Chair of the Board of Trustees at Lincoln University, Board Member for Neuman Senior Housing, and Board Member for Uplift Solutions. She is a graduate of The Lincoln University, with a B.S. in Business Administration and an M.S. in Organizational Administration/Management from The Pennsylvania State University. Kimberly is also a member of The Pennsylvania State Alumni Association, as well as a life member of The Lincoln University Alumni Association, and has received recognition from the University by way of the President's Award for Outstanding Contributions, Legacy Club, and President's Gold Club. Never one to be outdone, Ms. Lloyd has also received numerous awards for her tireless service and dedication as a community leader/volunteer and is proud that the academic scholarship that bears her name at The Lincoln University has afforded numerous students the opportunity to matriculate and remain at the institution.