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Kim Coggin

Market Leader - Growth & Strategic Initiatives

Nashville, TN


Kim joined Frazier & Deeter in 2019 as the Market Leader for Growth & Strategic Initiatives for the Nashville area. In this role, she is responsible for advancing the firm’s strategic initiatives across the state of Tennessee.

Kim plays a key role in developing and advancing the firm’s strategic initiatives, including the firm’s Women Business Leadership program, entrepreneur programs, industry practices, thought leadership and other programs designed to provide knowledge to business leaders in the community.

Prior to joining Frazier & Deeter, Kim worked in a variety of positions including insurance, business development and finance.

Professional and Civic Organizations

  • City of Brentwood Historic Commission
  • Williamson Inc., Alumni Leadership Brentwood Class of 2017 and Co-Chair of Government Day Class of 2018
    • Responsibilities for the day include meeting with the Williamson County Delegation (Senate and House), City of Brentwood City Commissioners and Mayor, Williamson County Mayor and Governor.



Bachelor of Science in Finance
Western Kentucky University
Bowling Green, KY

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