About this Speaker
With a lifelong background in acting, filmmaking, piano, and athletics, Kelsey is the Vice-President of 510(c)(3) non-profit ScotWeek and on the Board of Directors for the Seaside Highland Games. She has a passion for inspiring others to find joy in creativity, and connecting like-minded people together for projects that can transform socioeconomic systems, shining light on our beautifully diverse humanity.
Kelsey is a classically trained concert pianist, and attended Lawrence University Conservatory of Music on scholarship. She has two Master’s of Art degrees in Anthropology, one from The New School in New York. She danced ballet, tap and modern, was in cheerleading, symphony (viola) and marching band (five instruments), competitive road cycling (California State Champ 2002), and collegiate cross-country, track, and triathlons. She later studied at The Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London, as well as The Beverly Hills Playhouse in Los Angeles.