Dr. Mary Kay Keller is a Certified Family Life Educator and Human Scientist, a Certified Education Infant Massage Instructor, Professor, Transformational coach, Educational Research Consultant, and Author. Dr. Keller’s work supports individuals and families in changing their lives through the process of transforming their life stories. Dr. Keller supports the human experience with applied family science.

Dr. Keller earned a Ph.D. in Family and Child Sciences from Florida State University, an MPA (Master’s in Public Administration) from the University of Utah, and earned her undergraduate degree from Weber State University in Psychology with honors.

Dr. Mary Kay Keller is currently the Program Chair and Assistant Professor of the Applied Family Science (Master of Science) Program in the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences at Wilmington University in New Castle Delaware. Dr. Keller developed and teaches online distance learning Family Life Education Courses. Dr. Keller is a lifelong advocate and activist of Children’s Human Rights.

Mary Kay Keller has spent the last 20 years studying Family relationships and optimal caregiving of infants (0-3), children, teens, and emerging adults.

  • America’s Conference on Ending Coercive Control
  • Family Life Coaching Association
  • Infant Massage USA
  • National Council on Family Relations
  • Zero to Three