Margaret Kelly, MA
Vice President for Mission
As vice president of mission, Margaret assists the University President, trustees, faculty, administration, staff, students, and alumni to integrate the Mission and Core Values of Holy Family University into life as a University community. She facilitates the University's transformation and growth as a sponsored ministry of the Sisters of the Holy Family of Nazareth, honoring the Catholic Intellectual Tradition and the universal call to serve others. The position provides a resource to help develop and implement university policies aligned with the values expressed in the University's Mission and the Mission of the Congregation.
MA, Spiritual Theology: Saint Charles Borromeo Seminary
BA, Philosophy: Oakland University
Margaret has served the University for 34 years, most recently as Vice President for Institutional Advancement, responsible for fundraising and marketing, until appointment as Vice President of Mission in 2012. She has been an Associate of the Sisters of the Holy Family of Nazareth (lay group) since the mid-eighties. Additionally, Margaret has served as past president of Parish Council, Saint Katherine of Siena Church (Torresdale); past president of Frankford-Northeast Philadelphia Rotary Club; and past assistant district governor of Rotary District 7450.
Office: Holy Family Hall, Room 222