Kathleen Pitcher Tobey currently serves as the Executive Director of the Call to Action Foundation and Call Foundation.

Previously, Kathleen served as Director of Operations for Cambia Health Foundation. She also worked as a Program Officer who oversaw the children’s mental health grant program, as well as the Manager of Corporate Social Responsibility for Regence BlueCross BlueShield of Utah.  Prior to her work at the foundation, Kathleen served as Executive Director of the Regence Caring Foundation for Children, a non-profit organization that provided comprehensive dental care services to more than 10,000 underserved children in Idaho and Utah.

Prior to Cambia, Kathleen served as Executive Director of Governor Michael Leavitt’s Special Projects Office where she managed VIP events during his campaign and the 2002 Winter Olympic Games.

Kathleen is dedicated to serving her community and building partnerships that drive systemic change. She is a former board member for the YWCA Utah, Voices for Utah Children, Utah Nonprofits Association, Utah Arts Council, and United Way of Salt Lake. Kathleen currently serves as a member of the Board of Trustees for The Children’s Center Utah.

Kathleen is a graduate of Salt Lake Chamber of Commerce's Leadership Utah program and has been featured in Utah Business magazine as a "Rising Stars: 40 Under 40" recipient and “30 Women to Watch.” Kathleen graduated from Harvard Business School’s Young American Leaders Program in 2019. She is also a certified trainer in 21/64 methodology - a multi-generational approach to family philanthropy.   Kathleen received bachelor's and master’s degrees in American history from Utah State University as well as certification in secondary education.   

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