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Chelsea Kline, MTS

Director of WELL, Humanities, and Leadership

MTS, Harvard Divinity School
BA, Smith College

Chelsea Kline serves Bay Path University's adult undergraduate women students in the following roles:

  • Director, The Women as Empowered Learners and Leaders (WELL) Program
  • Director, The Leadership and Organizational Studies (LOS) Program
  • Director, Arts and Humanities

Ms. Kline joined the Bay Path community in 2012 and has taught in the WELL Program for four years. She began directing the WELL program for adult learners in 2013, and created the accelerated online versions of all three courses. She oversees the Leadership and Organizational Studies program, and is beyond thrilled to see Bay Path women hone their visions and deepen their strengths as they move through these programs.

She also is a longtime social justice activist with a profound focus on women's health and leadership, with a range of experience including teen parent mentorship, the Feminist Majority, La Leche League, Tapestry Health, and the Civil Liberties and Public Policy Project, among others.

Ms. Kline serves on the board of directors for the Women's Fund of Western Massachusetts, is a graduate of their Leadership Institute for Political and Public Impact (LIPPI) program, and is an enthusiastic mentor for women of all ages and backgrounds. She is a community religious adviser for the Jewish student at Smith College, and she is a Certified Professional Life Coach and Certified Predictive Index Analyst.

Ms. Kline's educational and professional backgrounds contribute to her ongoing passions for women-centered education and leadership, feminisms, and story-telling, all with a foundation of social justice and a focus on LGBTQ issues. She received her B.A. with high honors from Smith College, majoring in Religion and Biblical Literature, and an M.T.S. from Harvard Divinity School with a focus on Women, Religion, Gender and Sexuality.

Ms. Kline has three children, ages 19, 8, and 2 and is currently enrolled in the Doctor of Philosophy in Human Sexuality program in the Clinical track at Widener University.