Chief Executive Officer
Stacey Kamps is the Chief Executive Officer of Koch Development Co. and Manager of SkyWheel® Attractions. She is a member of the Koch Development Board of Directors and its Executive Oversight Committee. In addition, she leads the Koch Family Office. Stacey previously served as Managing Director and Chief Financial Officer of Koch Development.
Stacey is responsible for the leadership of the company’s investments and the management of its commercial real estate and amusement attractions portfolio. She oversees asset performance; portfolio strategy and management; sales, acquisitions, and development; strategic planning; and organizational attunement with the firm’s Core Values, Vision and Mission statements.
She also leads the selection and development of the management team and is directly involved in all major contract and lease negotiations. As CEO, she implements the objectives of the Board of Directors and fosters profitable return on investments to the company shareholders and other investors.
Prior to joining Koch Development, Stacey was Senior Director of Finance & Acquisitions at Charter Communications, a publicly traded cable and telecommunications firm where she managed and coordinated $2.2 billion of asset acquisitions and divestitures and worked on several financing deals, including bank, bond and equity transactions. Stacey began her career at Arthur Andersen LLP, where she rose to manager in the Tax Consulting Services Group, serving clients in a wide range of public and private corporate and family-owned businesses.
An Accounting graduate of the University of Missouri-Columbia with a minor in German, she is president-elect of Commercial Real Estate Women (CREW) St. Louis, serves as treasurer of the Community School Board of Trustees, and is a member of the Midwest BankCentre Women Connect Advisory Board and Variety Women. Stacey also belongs to the International Council of Shopping Centers and St. Louis Forum. She has served as a council member for the City of Ladue since her election in 2018.