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Rev. Kenety

HFL Board Vice Chair

Rev. Kenety Gee

Rev. Kenety S. Gee is Associate Pastor at St. Peter’s Lutheran Church, Monrovia, Liberia. He is former senior Pastor at Chatham Fields Lutheran Church in Chicago. He is currently Executive Director at Liberia Career Pathways and consultant with Northern Illinois University, taxed to design policy and practice around shaping complex healthcare, education and workforce programs. Together with his colleagues he proactively designs, structures, impacts, and implements policy and practices in health, education and workforce development. Part of his role is focused on the effective use of data to strengthen healthcare systems, and build career pathways and workforce systems that prepare youths for productive careers and lives in our global economy. Gee was the founding President/CEO of Chicago Global Health Alliance and served as Executive Director for the Chicago Diabetes Project at the University of Illinois at Chicago- School of Medicine, Division of Cell Transplantation. In his previous role as President/CEO of Chicago Global Health Alliance, Gee led the effort to develop a global team of doctors, surgeons, nurses, and clinical psychologists to make lasting social impact in underserved communities in Chicago and the developing world.

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Rev. Gee holds a Master of Divinity degree from Concordia Seminary– St. Louis, MO., a Master of Science degree in Nonprofit Management from the Spertus Institute of Jewish Learning and Leadership in Chicago, and a Master of Science degree in Global Health from Northwestern
University’s Feingberg School of Medicine’s Professional Studies Program in Chicago. He has also done doctoral degree work at the University of Chicago from 2008 to 2010. An avid runner,
Kenety has run ten marathons, two in New York and seven in Chicago and one at Notre Dame,
Indiana. In July 2017, while on a global health rotation in Arusha, Tanzania, he took the chance to climb Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa’s highest peak. A native of Liberia, Gee speaks four languages including fluent conversational French.

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