Program Support Specialist
Kelli is a Annapolis native, who transplanted to the Eastern Shore in the 90's. She is currently working on completing her Bachelor's Degree in History and then will be moving onto her Master's Degree in History concentrating on the Chesapeake Colonial Era and Archaeology. Kelli volunteers as a grant writer and artisan spinner/dryer/weaver at local historic sites and works part time as an Educator at the local Salisbury Zoo. Kelli's prior work experiences include Grant Writing and Administration, Educational Program Development and Implementation for various historic sites. She has also worked as a Program Specialist for the Trio program at Wor-Wic Community College. Kelli's primary goal as a grant specialist has always been to give people the means and opportunity to achieve their goals and/or provide them with the opportunity to learn about our historic and shared past. She looks forward to being able to use her skills in supporting our Agricultural community with their conservation efforts. Kelli started working for Southern Maryland RC&D as a Program Support Specialist based in Wicomico County in July of 2017.