Stan McKee, Texas A&M University – Commerce Alumni and Sr. Manager for Customer Relations at Oncor, was recently honored by the National Association of Community Health Centers (NACHC) during an award ceremony at the 2017 NACHC Policy and Issues Forum in Washington, D.C. In attendance was McKee’s wife Emma, who also graduated from Texas A&M University – Commerce.
McKee was awarded for his outstanding contributions as a health center advocate, supporting Community Health Service Agency, Inc. (CHSA), a non-profit community health center that serves five counties in the Northeast Texas: Hunt, Kaufman, Fannin, Collin and Delta Counties. As Vice Chairman and community member on CHSA’s board of directors, Stan McKee is part of the growing Health Center Advocacy Network who’s advocacy is crucial to “ensuring the strength and survival of health centers for the 25 million people who depend on [health centers] for affordable care.”
McKee has been involved in the community health center movement for over 20 years and is very active with legislative affairs both in Texas and Washington, D.C., and also serves on the Rural Health Committee for the National Association of Community Health Centers.
McKee is a graduate of Texas A&M UniversityCommerce (TAMU-C) where he earned a Bachelor of Science in Construction Engineering and a Master of Science in Industrial Engineering Technology. McKee is a former President of the Commerce Chamber of Commerce, the Commerce Kiwanis Club, and Greater Paris Rotary Club; former board member of Northeast Texas Workforce Solutions and past President of Community Health Service Agency’s Board of Directors. He is also very active in the TAMU-C Alumni Association where he currently serves on the Board of Directors