For more than three decades, Kelley has worked on projects that vary in scale, type and location. As a result, she has developed an organized process to translate client goals into projects that meet their programming, aesthetic, budget and scheduling needs.
Prior to joining BVH, Kelley received her architecture degree from the University of Nebraska and a post-professional masters of administrative arts degree from Doane College in Lincoln. Following graduation, she worked in the field of civil engineering and land surveying. Since joining BVH in 2000, Kelley has been involved in many projects with a special focus on technical specifications, facility audits and project and construction administration.
Kelley has a passion for preserving historic architecture and has presented at the Restore Omaha Conference, and other venues, on the exterior restoration process of the historic Rose Theater in Omaha. She is involved in several professional and nonprofit organizations, serving on boards at the local, state and national levels.
What is the favorite place you have visited?
What are you optimistic about?
I believe people desire well-designed spaces that enhance their working and personal experiences; it is my responsibility to help bring that to fruition.
How do you engage your community?
My volunteer work is varied, including more than 30 years working with nonprofits, as an active neighborhood association board member as well as involvement in numerous professional organizations.
What is your area of interest or research?
My area of research and interest is in technical problem solving and mentoring.
What is your inspiration?
I am inspired by what the future can hold for the next generation.