James Kellermann started his career at Call for Help as a counselor in the Transitional Living Center. He later became director of the program. In 2016, James was promoted to Executive Director at Call for Help. He brings a wide variety of experience to his role including experience in management, sales, and retail. He also has over 15 years of experience in education as a researcher and instructor in computers, English, and GED classes. James earned a Master of Science in mental Health Counseling with a specialty in Forensic Counseling from Walden University, a Bachelor’s degree in Organizational Leadership from Greenville College, and is currently working on a PhD in Epidemiology.
James is always eager to explore new ideas and learn. He has a wide range of interests with psychology and new approaches as a main area of interest. He also has a love of history, especially 20th century history with a particular interest of both World Wars. When he is not working or studying, James enjoys gardening, being outdoors, and spending time with his family.