Alumna Kimberly L. Turner ’98 has been appointed senior vice president, chief risk officer at Centric Bank to oversee risk management and organizational compliance.
Turner is responsible for identifying, monitoring, and managing strategic, financial, and operational risks across the growing institution.
Recruited as the first credit and risk manager for New York City Energy Efficiency Corporation, a mission-based funder of energy efficiency projects for buildings, Turner established credit decision processes and loan product guidelines and developed underwriting guidelines for small businesses and contractors. She also boasts a 30-year career in risk management for banks and financial services firms, serving JP Morgan Chase, Christopher Street Financial, Ernst & Young, LLP, and BT Securities Corporation.
Previously, Turner served as Deputy Chief Operating Officer, SVP, Chief Credit Policy, and Chief Credit Administration Officer at Metro Bank.
A lifelong learner, Turner earned her Juris Doctorate from Fordham University School of Law, New York, New York; clerked with the Honorable Tina Brozman, Chief Judge of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court, S.D.N.Y; received her MBA Finance/Accounting from UCLA, Anderson School of Management, Los Angeles, California; and earned a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Duke University, Durham, North Carolina.
She is a member of the Association of the Bar of the City of New York, a Licensed Attorney in New York State, and a FINRA Series 65 Registered Investment Advisor.
Turner will be based at Centric Bank’s Operations and Executive Office campus, 1826 Good Hope Road, Hampden Township, Cumberland County.