In her career as a freelance writer, Kelly has written for sports, health, and fitness. Topics have covered athlete motivation, sports-specific strength and conditioning, and competition training plans.

She’s also interviewed athletes worldwide, writing about different country’s training plans, types of equipment, and Olympic qualification criteria.

She’s covered everything from health and beauty seasonal gift guides to the best summer camps programs in her commerce writing.

Kelly lives in Wisconsin with her husband and four children.


Kelly received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Fim and Video Production (emphasis in screenwriting) from Columbia College Chicago. She has a Certificate in Web Design and Digital Photography from Waukesha County Technical College.

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