Director, Health Equity and Repair
Kelsey’s expertise in public policy, legislative advocacy, and integrating health and racial equity into systems change inspire her to promote innovative approaches to closing the racial health and wealth gaps for BIPOC families. At BARHII, Kelsey leads policy and advocacy efforts related to promoting prosperity for Black families through economic justice, structural change, and reparations.
Prior to BARHII, Kelsey led health and racial equity policy initiatives at the Greenlining Institute, the Public Health Institute, the California Strategic Growth Council, and the California Department of Public Health. She received her degree in Sociology and Community Development from Howard University.