Kristy Klein Davis joined Missouri Foundation for Health in 2010 to launch the MoCAP program, became a program officer in 2011, deputy chief of staff in 2013, director of learning and effectiveness in 2015, and vice president of strategy and learning in 2018. In her current role she is responsible for developing approaches to improve the overall effectiveness of the Foundation, ensuring that key performance benchmarks, measures, and metrics are in place to assess the organization’s outcomes. Previously she was associate director of education and outreach with the national office of the Alzheimer’s Association. In that role, Davis managed national safety and quality residential care programs and provided technical program assistance to local Association chapters. In 2011, the St. Louis Business Journal recognized her as one of St. Louis’ up and coming leaders through its “30 Under 30” Awards. She received her bachelor’s degree from the University of Kansas and a master’s of social work from Washington University in St. Louis.