Kelsie manages the Yellowstone Pronghorn Antelope connectivity program from the Yellowstone Field Office, protecting and restoring habitat and migration corridors through community engagement and on the ground fence modifications to facilitate pronghorn migration beyond park boundaries.

Kelsie grew up farming and ranching in rural Montana and holds a Masters degree in Environmental Management with a focus in Integrative and Public Land Management. She has worked for state wildlife management agencies in Montana and Alaska where she gained considerable experience in education and outreach, as well as engaging a broad array of stakeholders on wildlife management issues. Through her education and career, Kelsie has focused on cross-boundary issues facing wildlife and the restoration of migration corridors, habitat connectivity, and wildlife friendly land use practices.