By Peter High, published on Forbes
In March of this year, Kimberly Johnson was promoted from Chief Risk Officer to Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of Fannie Mae. In that role, she is responsible for leading technology, data, enterprise models, operations, the enterprise program management office, and resiliency. These shared services are a key component of Fannie Mae’s unified business strategy.
Johnson is a member of Fannie Mae’s leadership team known as the Management Committee. As COO, she is charged with continuing the innovation work already underway throughout the company. Johnson partners closely with business units and the enterprise innovation team to focus resources on innovations that have the potential to enhance the company’s business model, support the execution of strategy, and evolve the housing finance system for the better.
When asked about her new role, Johnson noted, “I am excited to serve as Fannie Mae’s Chief Operating Officer. This is an opportunity to accelerate our digital transformation by integrating our innovation efforts and our technology platform. I am focused on aligning our long-term capabilities with our business strategy to ensure that the company’s business model evolves to better serve the housing finance system.”
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