Callid Keefe-Perry is a highly skilled and experienced theologian, educator, and non-profit worker. Keefe-Perry holds a Doctor of Philosophy in Theology/Theological Studies from Boston University, an MDiv from Colgate Rochester Crozer Divinity School, an AS in History from Monroe Community College, an MAT in Education from Earlham College, and a BA in Communications and Commercial Culture from the University of Rochester. Keefe-Perry travels to offer workshops, retreats, and trainings on discernment, arts ministries, and Quaker faith and practice. Keefe-Perry is a member of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) and is highly respected within and beyond the denomination. Keefe-Perry co-founded and managed The Space Theater and Search Engine Improv and has held positions at various other organizations such as McAuliffe Regional Charter Public School, Pendle Hill Retreat Center, and the League for the Advancement of New England Storytelling.