WHO IS KELSEY KRACH?
I think globally, act locally, and strategically create using the design thinking/human-centered design processes in order to solve problems for a variety of systems and organizations, preferably in the social design sector. I thoroughly enjoy photography, graphic design, travel, and food blogging. I am motivated by service and social justice oriented work.

After living for a year abroad in Madrid, Spain while studying a master's degree, I returned to Baltimore to work at the Baltimore City Health Department as a Public Health Communications Fellow through Baltimore Corps, focusing on using design to facilitate public health equity.

Currently, I am seeking a position to begin before January 2018 in communications. I am open-minded about the position and geographic location. I enjoy working in a team environment and intend to be a problem solver as well as a learner. 
 
THEMATIC EXPERTISE
business development & entrepreneurship•social design•branding•content development•market research•advocacy campaigns•community development•immigration policy•human rights•Latin America

SKILLS 
team leadership•Spanish (advanced)•Adobe CC (Illustrator, InDesign, Lightroom, Photoshop, Premier, Dreamweaver)•photography/video production•branding & identity• human centered design•design thinking•qualitative/quantitative research methods•graphic design•agile project management•social media•web design (HTML5, CSS3)•digital marketing•blogging•public speaking

EDUCATION
MA in Visual and Digital Media
IE Business School, School of Human Sciences and Technology
Madrid, Spain•Oct 2015-July 2016 •GPA: 3.72•Rank: 1/51

 BA in Cultural Anthropology
University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC), Baltimore, MD, USA
May 2014•GPA: 4.0•Summa Cum Laude•Minor: Spanish•Study abroad: Ecuador 

MAJOR AWARDS
 IE Master in Visual and Digital Media Saffron Best Student Award (July 2016)
2015 U.S. Fulbright Finalist, Alternate (Madrid, Spain)
IE Foundation Scholarship (Fall 2015)
UMBC Class of 2014 Valedictorian Finalist
UMBC Sondheim Public Affairs Scholars Program (2010-2014)
Shattuck Family Entrepreneurship Innovation & Social Change Internship Award (2012; 2014)
UMBC Prove-It Campus Innovation Grant Award $10,000 (2012)
UMBC Anthropology Student of the Year 2014
Phi Kappa Phi•Phi Betta Kappa

LEADERSHIP, VOLUNTEER, CERTIFICATIONS
Google Analytics Certification (in progress)
UN WFP, Design Intern, Madrid (Nov 2015-May 2016)
Madrid For Refugees, Communications Team (February-July 2016)
IE Women in Business Lean-In Circle Manager (March-July 2016)
IE MVDM Program Ambassador (2015-2016)
Amnesty International Grassroots Advocacy Intern (Jan-June 2014)
Citizens Planning & Housing Association Advocacy Intern (Jan-Aug 2012) 
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