PhD, Baylor University
MA, Baylor University
BBA, Baylor University
- Food Insecurity
- Program Evaluation
- Research Methods
Krey, K. & Nolen, E. (2015). The effect of universal-free school breakfast on milk consumption and nutrient intake. Food Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal, 5(4), 23-33.
Nolen, E. & Krey, K. (2015). Addressing summer child hunger in San Angelo, Texas: A congregation-based case study. Journal of Family and Community Ministries, (28), 19-31.
Matos, J. & Krey, K. (2008). One missed call: measure of cell phone usage in a RDD telephone survey. Journal of Applied Social Science, 2(1), 104-115.
Kathy Krey is the Director of Research and Assistant Research Professor for the Texas Hunger Initiative at Baylor University. She oversees a diverse portfolio of research and evaluation projects on food security topics, including child nutrition programs, coalition building, and data analysis and mapping. She has served as a university research analyst and adjunct faculty member and worked for management consulting firms as a marketing communications professional. Dr. Krey has testified before the U.S. House Education and the Workforce Committee and the National Commission on Hunger on the importance of public-private partnerships and child nutrition programs. Dr. Krey is married to Conner Krey and they are the proud parents of Elliott (2006), Oliver (2006), and Hazel (2010).