Korey Kemper is a passionate non-profit professional, dedicating his career to providing equitable services to marginalized populations across Tennessee. During the last 10 years, he has built successful programs to empower seniors at Bethlehem Centers of Nashville, connected youth to employment opportunities as a part of a city wide initiative, served two terms as an AmeriCorps member with the Vanderbilt Coalition for Healthy Aging and managed state-wide program funding for law enforcement and victim services agencies while at the Tennessee Office of Criminal Justice Programs. In 2006, Korey graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Interdisciplinary Studies with a minor in Music from Tennessee Wesleyan College where he was also awarded the 2010 Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award. Korey was born and raised in Ooltewah, TN and is one of six children. Currently, Korey lives in Nashville where you can find him playing baseball with his 10-year-old son, Lucas or riding bikes with his 6-year-old daughter, Amelia.