worked as a staffer in the Colorado Legislature for more than five years
covering five legislative sessions. I left in 2006 as the communications
director for the Senate Minority Office. My campaign experience includes work
as the communications director and spokesman for a statewide ballot initiative
in 2008, and as the communications director for a U.S. Senate candidate in 2004.
I have also been a newspaper reporter and magazine columnist, and lived and
worked in Japan for a year and a half. I hold a B.S. in journalism from
CU-Boulder and an M.A. in political science from CU-Denver.
In the Summer 2012 semester, I taught a course on Media and Public Policy for
the School of Public Affairs.
is currently employed as a statistician for a law firm in downtown
Denver. Prior experience includes work as a staffer in the
Colorado Legislature, communications work on multiple campaigns, and as a
newspaper reporter in Durango, Colorado. He has also lived and worked in
Japan. Kelley holds a B.S. in journalism from CU-Boulder and an M.A. in
political science from CU-Denver.