Class of 2018
Texas A&M University
Kelsey, originally from Austin Texas was thankfully able to move to College Station for her undergraduate degree graduating from Texas A&M in 2015. After graduation, Kelsey moved to Washington, D.C. to work for Congressman Diane Black and assist her office as well as explore the world of Health Policy. Kelsey then returned to College Station the following spring to begin her first semester in Graduate school pursuing her Masters in Health Administration. While attending classes Kelsey works part time for Brazos Valley Women's Center, volunteers at Saint Mary's, through College Station Rotary Club and her school organization Association of Future Healthcare Leaders (AFHL). Kelsey is the Vice President of program events within AFHL, as well as an active member of American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE). In Kelsey's free time, she loves to work out her CrossFit gym and play with puppies.