UCPAGI changes the lives of children and adults with cerebral palsy. Our families face some overwhelming challenges and we're working to remove the unique barriers they face on a daily basis. As a result, new opportunities through their own abilities are explored. I believe everyone deserves equal access, opportunity and life without limits.
Kelley began working with UCPAGI in February 2016 and brings over 30 years of nonprofit administration and leadership experience. She received a Bachelor of Science degree in Anthropology for Ball State University, a Certificate in Nonprofit Administration, and continuing education in nonprofit management to further her knowledge of the nonprofit sector including: nonprofit leadership, strategic planning, program development, financial management, marketing and resource development strategies. Beginning a long career after graduation from Ball State University, she joined the Jesuit Volunteer Corps and moved to California where she was first introduced to the nonprofit sector. Over the years, she has worked with food banks, schools, children's organizations, and an assistive technology program for people with disabilities. An advocate for those in need, especially vulnerable children, Kelley continues her passion by serving others who face overwhelming challenges. As Executive Director of UCPAGI, she is responsible for the operation of all agency programs, fund development, community outreach, and management of fiscal resources.