Kelsey Caldwell| Account Supervisor
Kelsey Caldwell brings to the firm strategic insight into public affairs, public relations, public education and social marketing campaign development. Kelsey has counseled clients on some of the most pressing social and political issues facing California, including healthcare quality and affordability, mental health and suicide prevention initiatives, domestic violence and crisis intervention communication strategies, prenatal education and early childhood development campaigns.
In previous positions, Kelsey managed public relations activities for clients including Covered California Health Benefit Exchange, Integrated Healthcare Association, California Community Colleges, Planned Parenthood Affiliates of Northern California and First 5 Los Angeles. She also managed the California Department of Public Health’s statewide childhood obesity prevention campaign and the Champion Alliance Program, an initiative designed to promote SNAP-Ed messages in ethnically and geographically diverse populations across the state. Kelsey also provided counsel to California’s 64 Local Health Departments on earned media strategy and community outreach.
At California State University, Chico, Kelsey earned her bachelor’s degree in communication studies and a master’s degree in health communication with a concentration on women’s health and critical feminist pedagogy. Having trained as a focus group moderator through the National Communication Association (NCA), she is an active health communication scholar with NCA and the Western States Communication Association. She also teaches communication theory, public speaking, argumentation and debate, public relations, leadership and organizational behavior, and rhetorical criticism part-time at several State University and California Community College campuses. Kelsey resides in Fairfield with her family.