Keli is a Vice President at Greenbrier.
Keli is a communication specialist with over fifteen years of experience in higher education and mixed methods research design and analysis. Whether in health, industry, or nonprofit contexts, she harnesses her considerable expertise in interpersonal and corporate communication to create strategies and messaging that align with the values and goals of individuals and organizations.
Prior to joining Greenbrier, Keli was Chair of the Communication Department and an Associate Professor of Communication and Public Health at The College of New Jersey. While there, she chaired a committee that coordinated the emergency creation of several policies that were pivotal in successfully and equitably transitioning the college to remote learning at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic; she also was appointed to the emergency health and safety task force that provided recommendations to the president’s cabinet and served on the executive-level steering committee overseeing the college governance system. Before that, Keli was a professor at the University of Iowa for five years. She has consulted for organizations and nonprofits on leadership, communication during adversity, and public speaking.
Keli has a doctorate from Penn State, an M.A. from The University of Delaware, and a B.A. from The College of New Jersey in communication. She can often be found around a backyard fire with her husband, two daughters, and her Great Dane, Cannoli.