Kez Wold serves as the associate commissioner for Adult Protective Services. Texas Adult Protective Services is a nationally recognized program known for its innovation and client services. His management skills are backed by many years of health and human services experience.

He started his career in protective services in June 1996. Kez was both a child and adult protective services caseworker, front-line supervisor, subject matter expert in risk and self-neglect, program administrator, and regional director.

Prior to his selection as the associate commissioner for APS, Kez was the director of field for seven years. He has a Bachelor of Arts degree in political science from Texas Lutheran College and a Master's in Public Administration from Texas State University.