Dr. Amilliah Kenya is an assistant professor in basic and clinical sciences. She has a B.Ed. from Kenyatta University in Kenya where she and her husband lived before coming to the United States, an M.S. in Counseling from Bob Jones University, and a D.C. from Sherman in 2006. She has NIH Research Training Certification and licensure in SC for physiotherapy. Her research, Correlation between academic performance and NBCE Part 1 scores at a chiropractic college, has been published in the Journal of Chiropractic Education. (J Chiropr Educ. 2013 Spring; 27(1):27-32. doi: 10.7899/JCE-12-010)
She joined the Sherman faculty in 2009 to teach and to chair the college’s Student Success Program, which is designed to help students complete the D.C. program successfully through mentoring, counseling and tutoring. Kenya has a passion for students. She encourages them to “let the anticipated end be an inspiration for your hard work today.” She wants to see students succeed to become competent doctors of chiropractic. Kenya and her husband, Charles, have three children.