Kelsi Kane is a Bay Area native. She graduated from San Ramon Valley High and continued on to California State University Long Beach obtaining a Bachelor's in Education and her teaching credential. Kelsi spent the next six years teaching in grades ranging from first through eighth in Richmond and San Lorenzo. Her favorite part of teaching was building relationships with students and being able to customize learning experiences to fit their needs and abilities.
In the Fall of 2019, Kelsi began graduate school at California State University East Bay; she is studying to become a school counselor and obtaining her Marriage and Family Therapy license. Her passion for education and mental health has helped her to develop a holistic approach to working with and advocating for students of all ages. She hopes to allow each student the space to grow while also challenging themselves.
In her spare time, Kelsi loves reading, hiking, running and spending time with family and friends.