My name is Kenji Kuramitsu.

I am a graduate of the University of Chicago’s School of Social Service Administration (AM) and McCormick Theological Seminary (M.Div), where I currently serve as an Interdisciplinary Adjunct Professor. My Bachelor studies were in Social Work and Spanish at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

I currently work as a Chaplain Resident at Northwestern Memorial Hospital primarily in psychiatric and oncology contexts, serve as an Interdisciplinary Adjunct Professor at McCormick Seminary, and am a Community Care Chaplain for the Obama Foundation Fellowship program. I have experience in nonprofit board service with organizations working in faith-based, LGBTQ, and Asian American civil rights spheres.

On this website, you’ll find links to my presenting, writing, and other projects. I am interested in continuing to deepen clinical practice as well as gain experiences consulting with progressive institutions working to implement reparative and antiracist values. My recent employment information can be found at my LinkedIn page.

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