Karen J. Collins
While leading Fortune 500 senior management initiatives and serving as a board member of noted organizations across the nation, Karen J. Collins has been a driving force in creating collaborative, dynamic business cultures and focused corporate oversight as president of Collins Collaboration.
Karen launched Collins Collaboration, LLC to offer her nationally recognized planning, management and corporate administration skills directly to organizations looking to shape long-term strategies, define/realize shared goals and maximize sustainable growth.
She is a 2004 recipient of the National Eagle Leadership Institute’s CareerFOCUS Eagle Award.
Prior to Collins Collaboration, Collins served as president and chairman of The First American Homeownership Foundation and Corelogic Foundation, leading the Foundation’s nationwide objectives to promote financial literacy, foreclosure prevention, homebuyer education and neighborhood revitalization.
Collins has a bachelor's degree in business administration from North Carolina A&T State University and she has completed executive education curriculum at the University of Chicago. She frequently speaks on leadership panels around the country and serves on the Social Compact Board of Directors and the American Stroke Association Advisory Committee.