Class of 2018
Texas A&M University
Kelsey is originally from Austin, Texas where she grew up playing basketball until she suffered an ACL injury. Her injury required constant contact with her school trainer, physical therapist and orthopedic surgeon. It’s then that Kelsey began considering a career in healthcare. As a third-generation Aggie, Kelsey fulfilled her dream of graduating from Texas A&M in 2015. With a desire to serve others and learn more about health, Kelsey moved to Washington, D.C. to work for Congressman Diane Black. The following spring, she returned to Aggieland to pursue her Masters in Health Administration. While attending her master’s classes, Kelsey works for Brazos Valley Women's Center as an administrative assistant, volunteers at Saint Mary's, College Station Rotary Club and through her school organization Association of Future Healthcare Leaders (AFHL). Kelsey is the newly elected president of AFHL, as well as an active member of American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE) South Eastern Texas Chapter (SETC). In Kelsey's free time, she loves to work out at her CrossFit gym, meet new people and puppies.