Kelly is originally from New Wilmington, PA, but came to Storm Harbor after moving back to the area from Nashville, TN. Kelly has been riding horses for 20 years and showing in American Quarter Horse Association shows for 18 years. She has been a NARHA Registered-Level Instructor for the past 4 years and has worked primarily with children and youth. Kelly competed in the Quarter Horse Congress Queen Competition as the western PA Quarter Horses Association Representative, this year at the Quarter Horse Congress in Columbus, OH. She finished in the top 10. Congratualitons Kelly!
Kelly has a Masters of Education from Vanderbilt University in Special Education, with a focus on Behavior Disorders and Applied Behavior Analysis and a Bachelors of Science in Early Childhood Education and Child Studies. Kelly also holds credentials as a Board-Certified Behavior Analyst and a teacher. When she’s not at the barn or working, she enjoys hula hooping and has hula hooped a half-marathon as part of Hooping for Hope- an organization that provides hula hoops and lessons to breast cancer survivors.