Kim Jacobs, president and CEO of Community Capital New York, joined Michael Romita, president and CEO of the Westchester County Association, for a live chat about how to apply for available loans for small businesses in our region that have been affected by the Coronavirus crisis.
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Kim Jacobs has served as Executive Director of Community Capital New York, a Community Development Financial Institution, since its creation in 1989. Under her leadership, the organization has realized important goals in affordable housing and small business development throughout the communities served in the lower Hudson Valley. Notable among these are:
Prior to her work in Westchester, Kim served as the Deputy Director of Rochester Downtown Development Corporation in Rochester, NY and also worked as a Senior Planner for the City of Sioux Falls, SD and other planning positions in Iowa, Texas and California. She has a MS in Urban Planning from the University of Iowa and an MBA in Finance from Pace University. Ms. Jacobs serves on a variety of community Advisory Boards. In 2000, she was selected as a Fannie Mae fellow to the Kennedy School of Government Senior Executives Program at Harvard University.