Dr. Kenley was born and raised in Palmer, Alaska and attended dental school at Roseman University in Utah. While in school, Dr. Kenley volunteered his time to several causes. He participated in the “Give Kids a Smile” and “Back-to-School Brush-Up” programs at Roseman that provided free exams, x-rays, and restorative services to area children. Dr. Kenley also served as a Spanish translator for clinicians in the U.S. Army and has traveled to Guatemala to assist indigenous populations in need. His volunteer experience and participation in service projects fostered a personal and professional interest in helping people and directed him toward a career in healthcare.
Dr. Kenley moved to Maine this year with his wife, Natalie, and two-year-old son, Gus. When he first visited, Dr. Kenley was impressed by the natural beauty of the state and was reminded of his hometown. During his youth, Dr. Kenley was an active member of the Boy Scouts of America and his local 4-H Club. Through his time spent hunting, fishing, and camping, he grew to have a deep appreciation of nature and agriculture. He loves the outdoors and looks forward to exploring Maine with his family throughout its beautiful four seasons.
Dr. Kenley is a member of the American Dental Association.