Kelley is a welcome associate of Kingport due to her interest in how people make decisions
Kelley is an associate of Kingport due to her interest in how people make decisions. Her understanding of key considerations that individuals or groups assess throughout the decision-making process surrounding key decisions has been invaluable. She assists in developing protocols to understanding how to engage stakeholders in resource productivity improvements. Kelley’s ability to graphically communicate the decision making process provides a unique way to engage and obtain buy-in to resource efficiency. With her Master Degree in Clinical Psychology, she advises Kingport on how to communicate with the marketplace and build awareness and communicate resource efficiency and productivity in bite size to all. Her success in an energy efficiency behavioral study she conducted while attending Carleton College provides her with a keen understanding of how important it is to consider all human needs in the decision-making process. Kelley has done in-depth research for Kingport on effective behavior transformation.