Kyle served in 1994 at AIDS Outreach in Birmingham, Alabama, at a time when there was still a lot of mystery surrounding HIV and AIDS. Kyle recalls, “I wasn’t making very much money and spent my days traveling by bike to reach patients. Most days were painfully sad.” Kyle is now President of the New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) under Mayor Bill de Blasio. As President, Kyle leads NYCEDC’s continued efforts to position New York City as the global center for innovation and to increase economic empowerment and mobility for all New Yorkers. He served in the same role under Mayor Michael Bloomberg. He was also previously the Executive Director of NYCEDC and the Chief Financial Officer and Chief Operating Officer after overseeing the Real Estate Transaction Services Group. Kyle previously worked at Goldman, Sachs & Co. as a Vice President, and at J.P. Morgan, also as a Vice President.