Kim Fry

Kimberly A. Fry has 29 years of professional experience in all aspects of housing and community development related activities. Having held leadership positions in public, private and non-profit organizations, this includes: real estate finance and development, property management operations, marketing and lease-up strategies, supportive service provision, and corporate training and organizational development. Specializing in affordable housing, she has underwritten multi-family real estate deals across the country utilizing a myriad of financing programs, has managed substantial loan funds, delivered numerous presentations on real estate finance and the development process, property management and supportive services delivery.  

Prior to joining HPN to oversee Innovation/R&D activities, Kim's experience includes principal consulting to various property management organizations, assisting both for-profit and non-profit companies with training and organizational strategies to improve operations. 

Other experience includes: running property management operations for Pennrose Management Company, a large, nationally-recognized property management firm with 450 employees consisting of 140 properties valued at over $1B located in 10 states; Vice President of Supportive Services with Pennrose Management Company; Manager of Housing Services for Homes for America, a nonprofit housing development corporation with properties throughout the mid-Atlantic region; Program Director, The Enterprise Foundation, providing capital and technical expertise to assist nonprofit housing organizations with real estate development strategies to build wealth and create economic opportunity; Enterprise Mortgage Investments, Inc., underwriting affordable rental housing developments nationwide; Senior Development Officer for multi-family housing programs and Senior Loan Closing Officer for single-family programs, Pennsylvania Housing Finance Agency (PHFA). 

Kim also taught a Masters-level course for Rutgers University, School of Social Work - a curriculum she designed in collaboration with Rutgers and the New Jersey Housing & Mortgage Finance Agency.