Kim Lochridge

Executive Vice President

Kim Lochridge is Executive Vice President for Engineered Tax Services, Inc. (ETS), an industry-leading provider of specialty tax services in the United States. Kim possesses a powerful combination of real-world business management skills, with a fundamental understanding and practical application of tax codes as they relate to real estate, and energy efficiency incentives. This knowledge and experience has uniquely positioned her as a big-league tax expert for Fortune 500, high net worth individuals, ultra-high net worth individuals, single and multiple family offices, architects, engineers, and CPAs nationwide.

Ms. Lochridge is personally a real estate investor since the late 90's. This activity has earned her a seat on the tax committee for the Washington D.C. based Real Estate Roundtable group where she collaborates with top lawmakers and  holds a variety of other board positions.

Prior to joining ETS, Ms. Lochridge has spent over a quarter of a century in entrepreneurship which had important roles within the real estate and energy industry. Kim is also a frequent multi-national speaker in the tax, investment, private wealth, and family office spaces where she altruistically shares her expertise with others.

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