Kate Felice



Dr. Kate Tumelty Felice is NEU faculty in Integrative Health, and also a professor of education and psychology and Coordinator of Education Programs at Rowan College of South Jersey.  She also teaches in New Jersey for Hackensack Meridian Medical School and Fairleigh Dickinson University. She began her career in law enforcement as a major crimes and narcotics detective. She then transitioned into education with a proactive focus on kids’ wellness. She trains in and incorporates trauma-informed mindfulness with nutrition, nature, and movement, for kids, veterans, and first responders to increase long-term resiliency. She has implemented holistic wellness programs in schools and organizations, and is the Project Director for the National WholeHealthED as well as Resilient Minds on the Front Lines. She speaks nationally on innovative education, wellness and resiliency, and other aspects of learning and wellness. She is a Master Resiliency Trainer in the State of New Jersey and is advising the New Jersey Office of Attorney General, Division of Criminal Justice with other academic subject matter experts in the field of resiliency.  As a proud alumna of Northeastern University, CPS; and is excited to be a part of their innovative and integrative program.


EdD from Northeastern University (2017)