Name: Kee Chan
Yale Affiliation: ’07 PhD (in Epidemiology of Microbial Disease, Yale School of Public Health)
Where you live: Milwaukee, WI
What you do: Program Director of online Master of Public Health and Clinical Assistant Professor
Your family: Parents and sister are Chinese and living in LA, California. My husband is a dermatologist and is Hungarian, and we live in Milwaukee.
Other Yale volunteer work: YaleWomen Boston Mentoring and Dress for Success Charity event
Something we might not know about you: I'm also a certified Pilates and Barre Instructor and meditate and do yoga everyday.
Favorite Yale memory: After working a long day at the lab or studying in the Yale Medical Library(oneof my favorite libraries), I would go to GYPSY with my fellow Yalies and dance the night way. I learned that we can work hard and play hard. It is all balancing your priorities to live a well-designed life.
Which two Yale women would you ask to join you for lunch and why: Meryl Streep ’75 MFA. I love, love, love all of her movies, and my favorite is "The Bridges of Madison County". She plays some many different women characters with strong voices. I would love to learn how she can transform to connect with her audience. Anne Wojcicki ’96, who co-founded 23andme, one of the first direct-to-consumer genetic testing. I would love to hear about her vision for personalized medicine before it becomes mainstream.