Program Coordinator, Enhanced CenteringPregnancy®
Kelly started with IHN in March 2017 as a Program Coordinator of Enhanced CenteringPregnancy®. She received a Bachelor of Science degree in Human Development and Family Studies with minors in Special Education and Woman and Gender Studies from the University of Vermont. She received a Masters in Social Work from the Brown School at Washington University in St. Louis. She has experience in direct practice, evidence-based behavioral health and trauma informed interventions, program and curriculum development and maternal child health. She is also a teaching assistant at Washington University in St. Louis and participates on the Young Professionals Board for a local St. Louis nonprofit.
When asked why she is glad to be a part of the IHN, Kelly responds, "I am glad to be part of the IHN because they are focused on achieving positive outcomes and delivering supportive interventions with the intention of integrating medical and behavioral health best practices, research and programming to address systemic inequities. I am excited to be part of the team!"