Kyle Klosterman, MAPS
MAPS, Aquinas Institute of Theology
BA, The Ohio State University
Kyle Klosterman is System Vice President, Mission & Formation for CommonSpirit Health. In this role, he has responsibility for leading the integration of mission and formation initiatives across the entire organization.
His broad professional experience includes roles in education, ministry, and finance. Prior to joining CommonSpirit Health, he served as Vice President, Mission Integration for Mercy. In this role, he had responsibility for formation analytics, as well as coordinating mission integration efforts for Finance, Revenue Management, Quality and Safety and Integrated Marketing across Mercy. His experience in health care also included serving as a community health educator in the School Outreach and Youth Development Department speaking to over 10,000 elementary, middle, and high school students on the topics of emotional intelligence, substance abuse prevention, and school safety for BJC HealthCare, St. Louis, Missouri. Before entering the field of health care, he served as the director of youth ministry for Queen of All Saints church, St. Louis, Missouri. Previous to entering full-time ministry, he supported financial analysis and transformation initiatives at JP Morgan Chase in Columbus, Ohio.
He is a member of CHA’s Ministry Leadership Formation advisory committee serving as the metrics subcommittee chair. He co-authored Value of Mutual Inculturation for CHA’s journal, Health Progress. He presented Maximum Impact Metrics: Bridging Formation with High Operational Performance at the Catholic Health Association Assembly. Recently, he received the Catholic Health Association’s Tomorrow's Leaders award that honors dedicated, high-performing individuals who already have demonstrated commitment to advancing the mission of Catholic health care.
He serves on Good Shepherd Children and Family Services board of directors, an organization that responds to the call of Jesus by offering maternity care, adoption and foster care services for children and families in St. Louis, Missouri. He is an active member of St. Margaret of Scotland church, St. Louis, and serves as formation advisor to the SMOS Parish Council. He and his wife, Heidi, are advocates for adoption and children in the foster care system by promoting organizations that seek to support and unite children with a forever family.