Kathleen Cheek-Milby is senior fellow at the Center for Global Citizenship and Education at Lynn University.
From 1999–2007, Cheek-Milby served as vice president for Academic Affairs at Lynn University. Before her position at Lynn University, Cheek-Milby spent fifteen years in Asia, where she was a lecturer of political science at the University of Hong Kong for eight years and associate professor of international relations at Temple University Japan for seven years.
While teaching at these institutions, Cheek-Milby also served as a consultant for the Institute of International Research in Hong Kong, as assistant director of the Institute of Pacific Rim Studies for Temple University Japan, and as editor of The Asian Journal of Public Administration. In addition to teaching and editing, Cheek-Milby is also a published scholar. Her most recent book is A Legislature Comes of Age: Hong Kong's Search for Influence and Identity, published in 1995 by Oxford University Press.
Cheek-Milby serves as a trustee at the Council on International Educational Exchange (CIEE). She is a graduate of Ohio State University, received her M.S. from George Washington University, her Ph.D. from the University of Cincinnati, and a Certificate in Educational Management and Educational Leadership from Harvard University.
Last Updated: Feb 12, 2013