Kelsey provides consultation on various stages of the research and evaluation process, including the collection, analysis, and reporting of quantitative and qualitative data. She is committed to listening to, and learning from, the individuals, organizations and communities she works with. Her main research interests are the social determinants of health; education and health disparities; and environmental justice.
Prior to joining Wilder in 2011, Kelsey worked in a variety of health and social service sector positions including as a health outreach worker in rural California and as a community development intern in Nicaragua. She holds a master's degree in social epidemiology from University College London and a bachelor's degree in sociology with a minor in gender studies from Northland College.