Kelly Wilt joined Dickinson College in 2014 as Director of the Prevention, Education, and Advocacy Center after a long stint of traveling throughout the U.S. and abroad, collaborating to discover new ways of building strong communities free of violence. With a background in transformative education, community building, and holistic healing, Kelly leads Dickinson’s efforts to create a safe and inclusive campus community. A feminist therapist and educator, Kelly formerly worked at the National Sexual Violence Resource Center, where she coordinated the first national demonstration initiative to establish best practices in serving sexual assault survivors. A whole foodie, runner, and cupcake enthusiast, she can be found playing in the kitchen, chasing sunshine, and rummaging through old things—dreaming of new possibilities. Kelly studied International Politics and Women's Studies at the Pennsylvania State University and has a Master’s degree in Counseling Psychology from Prescott College. She is a Communications Chair for CAPPA.