Kristin Davis

Kristin Davis

Instructor in Business
Location
Main Campus
Building
Carter Hall
Room
206
UPO
924

Kristin Davis is an instructor in business at Campbellsville University. Davis is a graduate of Taylor County High School Class of 2005 and is a three-time graduate of Campbellsville University with a Master of Business Administration (2010), a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with an emphasis in administrative technology (2009), an Associate of Science in Administrative Technology (2008). A native of from Elk Horn in Taylor County, Kentucky.

After graduating from Campbellsville University in 2010, Davis worked in Campbellsville where she focused on administrative work. She worked at Campbellsville University as office secretary to the President’s Office and was later promoted to the director of the Virginia Ponser Flanagan Technology Training Center. She also taught introductory business courses as an adjunct instructor in the School of Business, Economics, and Technology at Campbellsville University. From March 2017 until 2019, she gained experience in manufacturing where she worked in quality assurance and in human resources. In August of 2019, she accepted the role of executive director for the Campbellsville/Taylor County Chamber of Commerce where she served until she rejoined Campbellsville University full time in 2021.

Davis remains and active supporter of the Chamber of Commerce. She has a strong leadership and strategic planning background. She is committed to strengthening local businesses and seeing her students & alma mater thrive. She loves her hometown of Campbellsville where she serves on several boards including the Campbellsville Main Street board of directors where she chairs the economic vitality committee, the KY Farmer Workers executive council, the Community Ventures loan committee review board, and she is an active member of Campbellsville Rotary Club.

Davis has a passion for animals, photography, and acrylic & watercolor painting. She loves history and enjoys ancestry research. She can most often be found spending time with her family which she puts second only to God and her faith. She and her husband own a farm together in Taylor County where they can most often be found working with their Boer goats and simply enjoying being in the outdoors.

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