Kimberly began her career in public accounting at HCVT and has been with the firm for over 17 years. She primarily serves nonprofit organizations that provide life-changing services for children and families through housing, mental health, aging, and substance abuse programs. Within this sector, she works extensively with developers of affordable housing projects funded through tax credit incentives, HHH, and HUD financing. Kimberly has also developed deep expertise in auditing nonprofit and for-profit organizations funded by federal or state grants. Many of these grants must comply with Single Audit and other reporting requirements, including COVID relief funding through shuttered venue operator grants (entertainment) and provider relief funds (medical).
Kimberly serves as a leader within the HCVT nonprofit niche and is a key member of our Audit Quality Control Committee and National Office. In addition to her daily responsibilities, Kimberly serves on HCVT's Community Service Committee and participates in the Women's Initiative and Mentorship programs. As a Los Angeles native, she is passionate about advocacy and advancement for the underserved in our community, particularly in mental health, education, housing, and employment.
Kimberly has a Bachelor’s degree in accountancy from California State University, Northridge, and currently serves as the inaugural president of the David Nazarian College of Business & Economics Alumni Chapter. She also serves on the community service committee at HCVT and is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, the California Society of Certified Public Accountants and the Colorado Society of CPAs.