Kelsea is pursuing her Master of Public Administration at the University of Pennsylvania with an interest in youth program development, youth advocacy, and youth-led initiatives. She came to Philadelphia to conduct field and urban archaeology after graduating with a degree in anthropology at the University of Central Florida. In her current position as the Teen and Undergraduate Engagement Coordinator at the Penn Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology she oversees the Teen Ambassador Program, the Teen Summer Internship, and the Clio Society. Kelsea’s interest in how nonprofits use data-driven analysis to build meaningful and sustainable programs led her to the ImpactED fellowship. In addition to working full-time and completing her master’s degree, she runs a small online jewelry business called Ophidian Guild.