President and Director of Strategic Alliances
Kellee Brown graduated from Stanford University in 1989, with Honors and Distinction, with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in International Relations. She also holds a Juris Doctorado from Harvard Law School, from which she graduated cum laude in 1992. Prior to moving to the Dominican Republic in 1996, she practiced insurance coverage and securities litigation in San Francisco, California. In the Dominican Republic, Ms. Brown worked in the legal field in the telecommunications and energy sectors before joining the American Chamber of Commerce of the Dominican Republic in 2005 as its Director of Corporate Social Responsibility. In this capacity she founded the Invest in Education for Competitiveness Program, a program funded by the United States Agency for International Development which focuses on providing technical and financial assistance to private sector initiatives aimed at improving the Dominican public primary education system. Since leaving that position in 2007, Ms. Brown has served on the board of various Dominican non-profit organizations. She currently is the Secretary of the Board of the Carol Morgan School of Santo Domingo, and chairs its Policy Committee. She is a member of the General Assembly of Save the Children Dominicana, and recently was admitted to the Order of Malta. She is a member and Past President of the International Women’s Club of Santo Domingo, and a volunteer at the Hogar Escuela Rosa Duarte. She also currently acts as the President of the Board of Directors and Director of Strategic Alliances of the Asociación Granito de Arena para Mi País (GRANPAIS).