SVP of Equity and Community Development
Kim Pearman-Gillman is a fierce community advocate with the resume to prove it. Over the course of four decades, she’s shown consistent leadership in bettering the neighborhoods she calls home.
In 2019, she brought this experience to Numerica. Working primarily in the areas of community and business development, DEI, and financial empowerment, Kim’s intentional approach meets people wherever they’re at. A dynamic mix of strategic innovation, operations, and inspiration, she is able to produce results while respecting each group’s unique needs.
Kim is a Certified Chief Executive with the Credit Union Executives Society. Her list of awards and achievements is deep and wide. Among the highlights:
- Leader of “End the Violence,” a community campaign dedicated to addressing domestic and family violence issues in Spokane County
- Governor-appointed trustee and past chair of the Eastern Washington University board of directors
- Board member for the Empire Health Foundation, an organization dedicated to health equity
- More than two decades serving as part of the Leadership Spokane faculty and leading the session about the local economy
Among so many causes, Kim has a soft spot for helping organizations that serve children and families. She’s been honored for distinctive service to Girls Scouts of Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho, Central Valley School District, YWCA, Vanessa Behan Crisis Nursery, and many others. Fun fact: The city of Spokane once celebrated “Kim Possible Day” in her honor, a tribute to her visionary leadership and community service.