Kelly Wilt has over a decade of experience in trauma work and gender-based violence prevention fields. Kelly joined Dickinson College from 2014-2017 as inaugural Director of the Prevention, Education, and Advocacy Center. With a background in transformative education, community building, and holistic healing, Kelly led Dickinson’s efforts to create a safe and inclusive campus community. Prior to this, she worked with the National Sexual Violence Resource Center where she coordinated the first national demonstration initiative to establish best practices in serving sexual assault survivors. A feminist practitioner and educator, Kelly has led high-profile national projects, written numerous publications for healing practitioners and has spoken on related topics around the globe. She currently spends her days working with college students interested in social and community change and as a writer and project coordinator for national efforts to support strong practices of care for those impacted by gender-based violence. Kelly is a founding member of CAPPA and currently serves as a co-chair of the communications committee. Kelly holds a master's degree from Prescott College in Counseling Psychology and a bachelor's degree from Penn State University in Women's Studies and International Politics.