Kathleen Cheek-Milby, Ph.D.
Kathleen Cheek-Milby is a senior fellow at Lynn University. Previously, she served as the university’s vice president of academic affairs and spent 15 years in Asia as a lecturer of political science at the University of Hong Kong and associate professor of international relations at Temple University Japan. While teaching at these institutions, Kathleen also served as a fellow at the Centre for Asian Studies at the University of Hong Kong; consultant for the Institute of International Research in Hong Kong; assistant director of the Institute of Pacific Rim Studies for Temple University Japan; and editor of “The Asian Journal of Public Administration.” She also is a published scholar, having authored numerous articles and two books.
Kathleen serves on the board of directors for the Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs and previously served on the board of Eckerd Youth Alternatives, Saint Andrews Preparatory School, The Morikami Museum, CWC Companies Inc., Cincinnati YMCA, and the Southwest Ohio Lung Association. She is also a weekly volunteer at The Royal Hospital (Home of the Chelsea Pensioners) and an art history lecture coordinator for KCWC in London.
Kathleen holds a doctorate in political science from the University of Cincinnati, a master’s degree in legislative affairs and general studies from The George Washington University, and a bachelor’s degree in social studies from The Ohio State University.