Versant Health, a national managed vision care company based in Baltimore and a wholly owned subsidiary of MetLife, named Kimberly Davis as its chief financial officer.
Davis previously served as the chief accounting officer for Versant Health, where she was responsible for GAAP and statutory reporting, as well as compliance, treasury functions and support for financial initiatives and strategies. Prior to joining Versant Health in 2018, Davis served as senior vice president and corporate controller for Jensen Hughes.
Davis brings more than 10 years of senior financial leadership experience to her role. As CFO, Davis will be critical to continuing integration of Versant Health into MetLife’s overall product portfolio, supporting all Versant Health growth initiatives and driving financial success.
In addition to her duties as CFO, Davis is passionate about providing mentorship to women who are aspiring leaders. She currently serves on the board of directors of several professional and charitable organizations, including the Executive Alliance, a prominent organization for connecting accomplished women on professional and personal levels to expand their impact and influence, the Baltimore Chapter of Finance Executives, Inc., the Baltimore Chapter of the American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women executive leadership team and the JHU Carey School of Business Dean’s Alumni Advisory Board.
ABOUT KIMBERLY DAVIS
B.S. University of Maryland, MBA from Johns Hopkins Carey School of Business, Certified Public Accountant
If you had not chosen your current profession, what profession would you choose and why?
I really can’t imagine doing anything else. I have known I wanted to be an accountant since the 10th grade! However, the job that I would do for free is a yoga teacher because I enjoy guiding others on their journey of self love and empowerment.
My last vacation was in the Fall of 2020. I traveled to Los Cabos and I loved it because it was not crowded and the views were just stunning.
When I want to relax, I … :
Do yoga or have a glass of wine (but never both at the same time).
My favorite movie of all time is the “Wizard of Oz.” When I was younger, I loved this movie because I thought it was magical. Now that I am older I see a deeper meaning. The movie reminds us that we are more in control of our lives than we think. Often times the solutions to our issues are already within us.
“My mission in life is not merely to survive, but to thrive; and to do so with some passion, some compassion, some humor, and some style.” — Maya Angelou
Information in Movers and Shakers is provided by the submitter. To submit a Movers and Shakers item, visit https://thedailyrecord.com/movers/.