Kelley grew up in Saskatoon, where she completed an undergraduate degree in Commerce, majoring in Finance. She moved to Calgary after finishing her degree and worked in finance and oil and gas for a few years before deciding that she would rather help people than work for large companies. She moved to Ottawa to attend law school at the University of Ottawa. During law school, she spent a summer travelling in Southeast Asia, another summer working at a large firm in Toronto, and finally achieved her goal of moving out to the west coast to Vancouver after finishing her law degree.
Kelley has only practiced law in the area of personal injury. She has been fortunate that her decision to go to law school led her to helping others through representing injured people. She has helped people who have suffered from all kinds of injuries, including soft tissue, orthopedic, chronic pain and brain injuries. She has represented people who are self-employed and lost income from their business, people who are no longer able to work and those who have needed extensive rehabilitation. She enjoys working hard to ensure those people are compensated for their losses.
When she’s not at work, Kelley stays active by running, cycling, hiking and skiing. She loves seeing different parts of the world and tries to pack as much adventure as she can into her travels.