- 2005, Ph.D. (Administration, concentration in Human Resource Management), Michigan State University
- 1996, M.B.A. (Concentration in Finance), Western Michigan University
- 1991, B.A. (Economics and Business), Calvin College
Kelli Schutte is a professor of business at William Jewell College in Liberty, Missouri. Kelli did her PhD studies at Michigan State University, completing her dissertation in work/life studies entitled “Work/Life Congruency: A Sense of Calling. Fostering an Integrated Life of Purpose.” This study investigated at work/life strategy negotiation for female faculty members. She has been a contributor to the Sloan Work/Family encyclopedia and the Human Resource Planning Society Journal as well as to numerous applied learning journals and several textbooks. Her research interests lie in the area of work/life culture, policy development and strategy formation and social policy.