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The Harvest Foundation’s Kate Keller to Deliver Commencement Address at P&HCC’s 2024 Graduation Ceremony


Patrick & Henry Community College is pleased to announce that the commencement address for P&HCC’s 2024 graduation ceremony will be delivered by Kate Keller, President of The Harvest Foundation.

Keller joined the Foundation in July 2020 after serving as the Vice President for Strategy and Policy for Interact for Health, a regional health-focused foundation serving Greater Cincinnati. She is a member of the 39th class of Leadership Cincinnati and received the 2012 National Outstanding Achievement Award from the School-Based Health Alliance. In 2012, she was named a Terrance Keenan Emerging Leader Fellow from Grantmakers in Health.

Currently, Keller serves on the board of Sovah Health, and previously on the boards of Springer School, Philanthropy Ohio, Tri-State Veteran’s Community Alliance, and School-Based Health Alliance. She earned a bachelor’s degree in political science from Eastern Michigan University and a master’s degree in public administration from the University of Cincinnati.

P&HCC President Dr. Greg Hodges said, “We are so very grateful for the support that The Harvest Foundation has extended to our PHamily by providing resources to ensure that a college credential is free to the family for students eligible to take advantage of the SEED fund. Additionally, The Harvest Foundation has provided state of the art equipment for P&HCC’s Nursing SIM lab, and, most recently, partnered with us to expand our MET Complex. It is our great honor to have Ms. Keller inspire our graduates with the insight and wisdom she has gained as a leader in her field and in our community.”

P&HCC graduates will be recognized in a ceremony in the Stone Hall gymnasium on Saturday, May 11, 2024 at 10:00am.

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