Kimberly King, Sales and Marketing Representative, Navitas Credit
Kimberly King entered the equipment industry at the age of 19 by working for what was then called the United Association of Equipment Leasing and is now known as the National Equipment Finance Association. King spent 15 years serving in various roles, managing the day-to-day operations and working closely with NEFA members across multiple specialties, including service providers, brokers and funding sources.
King joined Navitas Credit as a sales and marketing representative in 2019. In this role, she establishes and fosters relationships with broker partners. She says her mission is to provide partners with exceptional customer service.
“I’ve had the privilege of working within two very different segments of the market, both of which have afforded me the opportunity to learn from my peers, to collaborate with leaders and to grow both personally and professionally,” King says. “In return, it has given me such a unique perspective of our industry and its inner workings. If I could encourage others to do anything, it is to get involved and learn from each other. Get involved with your team, your industry associations, join a committee, and most importantly, learn from each other. Ask hard questions. Just because something has always been done one way, doesn’t mean that’s the way it always has to be.”
King was recognized as her division’s President Club Award winner for 2020 at Navitas Credit. She also earned the Certified Lease & Finance Professional designation in her first year with the company.
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