Kathryn Loo


Kathryn Loo serves as the Chief Financial Officer for Human Coalition, where she oversees the areas of Finance & Accounting, IT, and Human Resources.  Her goal is the sustainability of Human Coalition’s financial future, as well as building a firm foundation upon which to grow the mission.  

Kathryn brought a diverse background to Human Coalition, with experience in consulting, financial services, technology outsourcing services, and hospitality. As a Managing Partner in the consulting firm Capital CFO Partners LLC, she delivered value to her clients by serving in fractional Chief Financial Officer or interim Chief Audit Executive roles. She also led initiatives to assess financial strategies, internal control systems, and risk management for her clients. 

Kathryn’s previous experience also includes nine years with Electronic Data Systems (“EDS”), a $21 billion annual revenue technology services provider. Prior to EDS, Kathryn was Chief Financial Officer for Hilton Reservations Worldwide, the global Central Reservations System operation for Hilton Hotels, and the opening Chief Financial Officer for Lone Star Park at Grand Prairie.  

Kathryn is a Certified Public Accountant and received a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, Major in Accounting from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. She has achieved an Executive Certificate in Nonprofit Governance through the Institute for Excellence in Corporate Governance, Naveen Jindal School of Management at The University of Texas at Dallas. Kathryn is also a Founding Member of the Dallas Fort Worth Chapter of the Private Directors Association and serves as a Director and Treasurer for two non-profit organizations, Texas Neurofibromatosis Foundation and Heart House Dallas.  

In addition to Kathryn’s expertise, she also brings a passion for Human Coalition’s mission – fueled by her personal connection to abortion. 

Growing up, Kathryn’s mother told her and her sister that they could have had a brother, but stopped short of revealing what happened to the childIt was only a few years prior to her passing in December of 2020 that she shared with Kathryn that she had an abortion. Even after more than 60 years, her mother still expressed grief and sadness over the decision – a decision that she was forced to make.  

Today, Kathryn is proud to honor her mother’s memory and her brother who did not receive the chance at life outside the womb through her work at Human Coalition. 

Kathryn resides in Little Elm, Texas with her husband Larry King and their faithful companion Wrangler.