Stanette Kennebrew, MBA, JD

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Member Since: 2010
Title: Group Administrator
BS Econ and Business, University of La Verne, EMBA from Claremont Graduate School's Drucker School of Management; JD from University of La Verne School of Law
Other Interests:
alking with puppy, cycling, swimming, reading

Stanette Kennebrew brings to APMG a background of diverse skills and accomplishments. Formerly, the Sr. Associate Dean for Finance and Administration at Creighton University School of Medicine, responsible for financial and strategic planning, space, technology planning, contract management, budget management, financial reporting and related interfaces. Prior to that Ms. Kennebrew was Vice President and Chief Financial Officer for Drew (UCLA) University of Medicine and Science; Director of Finance and Controller of The Claremont Colleges, a consortium of six small private colleges; Comptroller/Director of Financial Affairs for The College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific and Assistant to the Treasurer and Assistant Controller for Pomona College in the early part of her career. She has consulting experience with a wide variety of organizations, primarily in the private sector. She was a site visitor with the Western Association of Schools and Colleges. She has been active with the AAMC (American Association of Medical Colleges) and served as Chair of the GBA (Group on Business Affairs) Professional Development Committee. She has been President and Past President of the Leadership Omaha Alumni Association. She is currently co-chair of the American Pathology Foundation Planning Committee. She has a Juris Doctorate Degree from the University of La Verne Law School, an Executive Masters of Business Administration Degree from Claremont Graduate School's Drucker School of Management and a Bachelor of Science Degree, Magna Cum Laude, from University of La Verne with an emphasis in Finance and Economics. Currently she is a Board Member of the American Pathology Foundation and a Member of the Program Planning Committee of the American Pathology Foundation.

Working for APMG brings a mixture of broad based challenges and complexity as well as fun. The Pathologists are exceptionally talented. Helping Physicians accomplish their goals is rewarding in itself. The day to day activities range from the routine tasks of any business to exciting adventures. APMG is very cohesive for its size and we work hard to insure broad communication and participation. It is a pleasure to be involved with APMG and every day I look forward to what that day will bring.
Stanette Kennebrew, MBA, JD