Paul Keisling was a founding board member of Chariots For Hope. He joined the Board for a second term in 2017. Paul has traveled to Kenya several times, providing leadership training and encouragement to the staff of the Children’s Homes. Paul has had the opportunity to serve on a number of non-profit boards in addition to Chariots for Hope.
Paul is the co-founder of Project Transition which operates psychiatric rehabilitation programs in Pennsylvania and Tennessee. For over thirty years, Paul served as the CEO of Project Transition. He has now transitioned into the role of Training and Development as he seeks to support a new generation of leadership in his field.
Paul holds a BA in Behavioral Science from Messiah College and a Masters of Social Work from Temple University. He is a frequent presenter on mental health topics, program development, and Servant Leadership.
Paul and his wife, Dorothy, reside near Philadelphia, PA. They have three children and nine grandchildren (and counting).
Paul has served with various roles in local churches including Elder, Church Planting, Small Group Ministry Leader, Young Adult Ministries, and teaching at various levels within the church.
Paul enjoys any activity that takes him outdoors, especially if it involves his grandchildren.