Jesse Kaye, President and CEO at Praire View, will retire after nearly 16 years with the organization and 44 years of service in faith-based health and human services ministries. November 22 is Kaye’s scheduled last day.
Her years at Praire View have included many accomplishments including: The rapid expansion of telemedicine to ensure provision of services during the COVID-19 global pandemic, construction of Prairie View’s East Wichita outpatient clinic location, and the creation of the organization’s first Statement of Values to protect the heritage and faith identity of Prairie View.
“I have been richly blessed by the opportunity to serve Prairie View and its communities, and I deeply appreciate the support I have felt throughout my time here,” says Kaye. “It has truly been my honor and privilege to be a part of this ministry. I feel tremendous gratitude for all who have touched my life during this time.”
Kaye and her husband and mother plan to relocate to her home state of Texas, to be nearer extended family and have more time to travel the continent to visit her six children and six grandchildren, as well as follow their adoptee as he plays professional basketball in Europe.
All of us at MHS wish her the best as she enters a new chapter of her life.