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|Job title of nominated professional (or team name)||Vice President of Fraud and Identity Strategy|
|Company (where nominated professional or team is working)||LexisNexis® Risk Solutions|
|Company size (employees)||5,000 to 9,999|
|Headquarters Region||North America|
Kimberly Sutherland is the vice president of fraud and identity strategy for LexisNexis Risk Solutions, a provider of advanced technology and data analytics solutions that helps customers evaluate and predict risk and enhance operational efﬁciency. Based in Alpharetta, Georgia, she leads the LexisNexis Risk Solutions’ Americas commercial market strategy for consumer fraud analytics, identity verification, authentication and fraud investigations.
With over 20 years of experience leading business strategy and product management, Kimberly’s responsibilities have spanned from building global professional services practices to developing cross-industry best practices and technical standards. Kimberly previously held prior leadership roles at Cendant Corporation and Avaya. Kimberly currently serves on the advisory board of Women in Identity. Kimberly is a graduate of Vanderbilt University and Otterbein University with graduate degrees in public policy and business administration.
• Since joining LexisNexis Risk Solutions in 2006, Kimberly has played a key role in the company’s commercial market strategy for consumer fraud analytics and authentication strategies, including driving the development of innovative identity management solutions for businesses, government agencies and financial institutions.
• Under Kimberly’s market guidance, the LexisNexis Risk Solutions fraud & identity product portfolio has continued to expand its functional and geographic reach annually and is recognized as a market-leading solution with numerous industry accolades.
• Kimberly has been recognized as one of the Top 100 World Leaders in Identity and served as the past Plenary Chair of the Identity Ecosystem Steering Group (IDESG), a White House initiative under President Obama to improve the trust and security when transacting online. Kimberly also served as the Vice Chair of the Open Identity Exchange (OIX) and on the boards of Women in Identity and the University of Texas – Center for Identity.