(307) 734-0828 ext. 101
Kelsey joined Teton Habitat in March 2022. Born and raised in Blairstown, New Jersey, Kelsey pursued undergraduate studies in international affairs and sustainability at George Washington University before finding her way to Jackson. After 2 summers of seasonal employment in the valley, Kelsey joined the fall 2020 class of the Conservation Leadership Institute through the Jackson Hole Conservation Alliance to strengthen her community organizing skills and local policy knowledge, particularly surrounding affordable housing. Here at Teton Habitat, Kelsey manages donor communications, marketing, and fundraising strategy. Her favorite part of working with Teton Habitat is being surrounded by colleagues, volunteers, and community members all working toward the same goal of affordable housing in Teton County. When she’s not at the office, Kelsey can be found hiking, kayaking, or attending the People’s Market.