Kelsie is so happy to have the opportunity to serve her local community through advocacy and leadership.
As a military dependent, Kelsie has moved for most of her life but has been in the Marysville Norcal area for the last 10 years, she has recently moved to Sacramento and couldn’t be happier.
Kelsie has been working within the LGBTQ+ community for the last six years, working specifically with suicide prevention, campus climate among LGBTQ+ youth on college campuses, foster youth, and youth experiencing trauma.
Kelsie will be graduating with her bachelor’s degree in Psychology in Fall 2018 from California State University, Sacramento. She will then go on to pursue a master’s degree in Social Work. Ultimately, she would like to be a social worker serving those most in need.
Kelsie started out as a youth programs and front desk volunteer for the Sacramento LGBT Community Center in October of 2015. In February of 2016, she worked at the center as an AmeriCorps member in youth programs working with youth on skill development. In September 2016, she became a Peer Youth Advocate in the center’s youth programs.
In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with friends and family, doing philanthropy work through her sorority, and spoiling her three cats and one dog.
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