Frank Krebs, M. Div.
B.A., Cardinal Glennon College, St. Louis, MO
M.Div., Kenrick Seminary, St. Louis, MO
Graduate Study in Education, St. Louis University, St. Louis, MO
Graduate Certificate in Spanish and Cultural Studies, Maryknoll Institute,
Graduate Study in Organizational Psychology, University of Missouri, St.
Certificate, Dismantling Racism Institute, National Conference for Community
Certificate, World of Difference, Train the Trainer, Anti-Defamation League,
St. Louis, MO
Organizational Development Study Group, Magellan Behavioral Health, St.
While making his way through school and early in his professional life,
Frank Krebs worked as an on-air personality at KADI, KSHE, and KSLQ radio
stations in St. Louis. It was here that Frank first learned to love public
From 1977 to 1990, Frank Krebs was the pastor at SS. Peter and Paul Church
in the Soulard section of St. Louis. During his 13 years of authoring this
community, SS. Peter and Paul saw the restoration and creative reuse of many
historic structures that provided space for retreats, shelter and other
programs for the homeless, and income producing property. This renaissance,
which interacted with the general Soulard rebirth, grew out of a vibrant
community of persons whose talents were engaged and channeled into the
neighborhood. Once degenerate and devolving, Soulard is now a vibrant part
of the St. Louis scene. However this venture was not just about a landscape
changing. It was about a people growing. This community building was
centered in and empowered by a shared spiritual journey. In this environment
Frank grew his love for, and skills in, community building.
From 1990 to the present, Frank Krebs has been providing educational
workshops to every level of corporate America on subjects related to human
behavior. (For 16 years, Frank was Director of Client Training for Magellan
Health Services, responsible for Magellan providing educational programs for
its clients.) In this culture Frank’s taste for, love of, and skills in
organizational development and learning grew.