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Scott Kelley, PhD, MA, HEC-C

Title/s:  Adjunct Assistant Professor


Scott Kelley, PhD, MA, HEC-C is an Adjunct Assistant Professor in the Neiswanger Institute for Bioethics and Healthcare Leadership. He is also the Director of Mission Integration at Loyola University Medical Center, a member of Trinity Health. He worked in the field of mission integration and held academic appointments in the Religious Studies Department and in the College of Computing and Digital Media at DePaul University before transitioning into healthcare. His interest in organizational ethics and discernment led to a number of publications at the intersection of organizational ethics, Catholic social thought, and moral discernment.


  • PhD, Loyola University Chicago, Chicago, IL
  • MA, University of San Francisco, San Francisco, CA

Courses Taught

  • BEHL 511 Mission Leadership and Formation Seminar

Selected Publications

  • Kelley, S. (2017). Emergent catholicity: Forming the mind of vincent. Vincentian Heritage Journal, 34(1), 4.
  • Kelley, S., & Werner, J. (2015). The future of the vincentian charism in the united states: Challenges, trends, and opportunities. Vincentian Heritage Journal, 32(2), 6.
  • Kelley, S. P. (2014). Moving beyond boycotts: Strategies for shared responsibility in the collegiate apparel industry. Journal of Catholic Higher Education, 33(2), 167-185.
  • Kelley, S., & Nahser, R. (2014). Developing sustainable strategies: Foundations, method, and pedagogy. Journal of Business Ethics, 123(4), 631-644.
  • Kelley, S. (2012). Vincentian pragmatism: Toward a method for systemic change. Vincentian Heritage Journal, 31(2), 2.