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Kelsey Romer is originally from Front Royal, VA, and graduated from UVA in 2014 with a BA in History and Architectural History. She started her career in museum interpretation in 2016 and has since worked for such sites as the Washington DC Crime Museum, the President Woodrow Wilson House, the Museum of the Shenandoah Valley, and Woodlawn & Frank Lloyd Wright’s Pope-Leighey House. She has been an AmeriCorps member since January 2019, starting with American Conservation Experience Southwest in Arizona and then the AFNHA Hands On Preservation Team in Elkins, West Virginia. She now serves with PAWV as the AmeriCorps member for the Brownfields Assistance Center at WVU and their BAD Buildings Program. Kelsey assists the NBAC team in a variety of ways, including coordinating events and outreach efforts, managing social media, writing newsletters, and providing general project support to the many different initiatives that NBAC participates in. In her free time, she loves gardening, crafting, watching the X Files, and enjoying her new home in the Mountain State.