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Reba Lou Keele, American health center consultant, educator. Named Honors Professor of Year, Brigham Young University, 1983; recipient Maeser Distinguished Teaching award, 1984; Kellogg Leadership fellowship, 1985-1988, Past Brigham Young University fellowship, fellowship, Purdue University.

Background

Keele, Reba Lou was born on October 28, 1941 in Emery, Utah, United States. Daughter of Frederick Manning and Pearl Valentine (Peterson) Keele.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Brigham Young University, 1963. Master of Arts, Brigham Young University, 1966. Doctor of Philosophy, Purdue University, 1974.

Career

Assistant professor communications, debate coach Brigham Young University, 1967—1968, coordinator educational psychology, 1969—1974, associate director honors program, 1974—1977, director honors program, 1977—1978, associate professor organizational behavior, since 1979. Visiting scholar Purdue University, 1978—1979. Director Center Women's Health, Cottonwood Hospital, Murray, Utah, 1984—1985, consultant, since 1985.

Founding partner Health Care Innovations, Inc., since 1985. Professor Brigham Young University, 1987. Director Title III project.

Consultant numerous school districts.

Membership

Speaker community, church groups. Member advisory board women's history archives Harold B. Lee Library., 1976—1981. Delegate-at-large International Women's Year, 1977.

Executive director Consortium Utah Women Higher Education, 1977—1982. Member Democratic Central Committee, 1977—1978. State facilitator Higher Education Resource Service W, 1979—1982.

Board regents Utah Systems Higher Education, 1981—1987. President Stake Relief Society, Mormon Church, Provo, Utah, 1975—1977. Member of American Management Association, Utah Women History Association (advisory board 1977-1978), Academy Management, Phi Kappa Phi, Phi Eta Sigma (national executive committee since 1983).