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Kevin McQueen

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Kevin McQueen is a dynamic leader with a proven track record in impact investing, corporate lending, and strategy consulting. With a background in impact investing and corporate lending, Kevin has originated, structured, and closed senior and subordinated financing for diverse entities, including affordable housing developers, business ventures, and nonprofit organizations. His expertise extends to marketing strategy development and specialized lending activities for middle-market companies.

Professional Experience

Currently serving as the Director of Lending at The Leviticus Fund, Kevin oversees the lending activities for this mission-driven financial intermediary, strategically managing $100 million in assets across the New York tristate market. Under his leadership, loan originations have experienced an impressive annual growth of 23.5%, maintaining portfolio quality while spearheading initiatives to support BIPOC developers.

In addition to his impactful work in the financial sector, Kevin has contributed to the field through strategy consulting. He has assisted various community development finance institutions, foundations, and nonprofit organizations in achieving economic and social goals through strategic planning, project design, and problem-solving.

Kevin holds academic positions as an Adjunct Associate Professor at Columbia University and The New School, reflecting his commitment to education. Actively engaged in the community, Kevin serves as Chairman of the Board of Directors for Change Machine and participates in Community Advisory Boards for the Corporation of Supportive Housing CDE and City First Bank CDE. Kevin’s multifaceted experience and commitment to social impact make him a distinguished professional in the financial and academic realms.


Kevin holds an A.B. in Ethics and Political Philosophy from Brown University and an M.A. in Global Political Economy and Finance from The New School.