Felice Gray-Kemp was appointed to serve on the Board of Regents for Higher Education by Governor Malloy in August 2017.
A legal executive with expertise in U.S. and international commercial law for Fortune 500 industrial, technology and iconic consumer product companies. Felice is recognized internationally for her legal and business acumen, leadership skills and mentoring individuals from all walks of life; both personally and professionally. In 2015, Connecticut Women’s Education and Legal Fund honored Felice for making a difference in the lives of Connecticut residents.
Felice has served on various non-profit and for-profit Boards of Directors including as Trustee for Life on the Aurora Foundation for Women and Girls in Greater Hartford, a non-profit that she co-founded 17 years ago with several accomplished women leaders. Among her current memberships, she serves on the Board of Trustees for the Connecticut Women’s Hall of Fame.
Her lifelong commitment to learning is evident in her service as a teaching assistant and as an adjunct professor in several Connecticut colleges that focus on the education of adult learners.
Felice first landed in the State of Connecticut when she began undergraduate studies at Yale University in New Haven. She is a graduate of the University of Connecticut School of Law where she served for several years as a member and officer of the Law School Alumni Association. While working full-time, Felice received her Masters in Taxation degree from Boston University School of Law.