Kelly is the Health Information Center Coordinator for the Family to Family Project at the PEAL Center. Kelly lives in rural Pennsylvania with her husband, and their sons. When her older son was diagnosed with Autism she began her journey as an advocate. In addition to her work at the PEAL Center, she has served on the local Autism Task Force, is the president/facilitator of a local Autism Group and has been involved as a parent partner with Educating Practices in Community Integrated Care (EPIC) through the Pennsylvania Medical Home Initiative. Kelly has an M.S. in Education from Duquesne University. Prior to her work at PEAL she taught elementary education and worked in behavioral health.