WIDOW OF A. PAUL KELLY, ONE OF THE AUTHORS OF TAYLOR AND KELLY'S DERMATOLOGY FOR SKIN OF COLOR
Degrees: J.D., University of California, Berkeley Law School, California
PhD., M.A., Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, Sociology
Ed.D. M.Ed., Columbia University, Teachers College, New York, Philosophy & Social
M.A., International and Comparative Education; Dept. of Guidance Counseling &
Student Personnel Administration in Higher Education;
Certificate of African Studies, School of Advanced International Studies,
Columbia University, New York
B.A. University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan
Certificate, Harvard University, Intensive Seminar on Dispute Resolution
Berkeley Law Summer 2016 Certificate Program in Torts and Evidence, University of California, Berkeley Law School, California , July-August 2016
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Bio Dr. Beverly Baker-Kelly came to the Modern College of Business and Science as a Fulbright Scholar in 2009- 2010. She has been on the faculty at the College for the past six years. At present she is teaching in the Commercial Law Program in the Department of Business and Economics.
She has taught at Golden Gate U. School of Law in San Francisco, at Berkeley School of Law, California, and at Howard U. School of Law in D.C. She was an Associate Dean at the East Bay Law School.
For the past four years she edited and facilitated the production of the award winning textbook, Taylor and Kelly’s Dermatology for Skin of Color, 2nd ed., New York, McGraw Hill Education, 2016, for her husband, A. Paul Kelly, M.D, also a Fulbright Scholar, and a Visiting Professor until 2014 when he passed in Muscat, Oman.
Dr. Beverly Baker-Kelly was appointed by the United Nations Secretary-General, Kofi Annan, as Deputy Registrar of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR), located in Arusha, Tanzania. This position made her the highest-ranking American at the Rwanda Tribunal. The Tribunal prosecutes those allegedly responsible for the genocide committed in Rwanda.
A member of the state bars of California, Washington D.C. and Hawaii, she maintained a law practice in international child abduction cases the East Bay area on a pro bono basis.