Kelly is an enthusiastic, results-driven individual who has the ability to multitask. As an administrative assistant, Kelly is responsible for clients' first impressions and ensuring that everyone receives a superior experience each and every time. Kelly also supports our CEO and performs office and administrative duties.
Prior to Financial Foundations, Kelly was with EMC Corporation for almost 10 years. During her tenure, she worked in Field Marketing and Channel Sales, as well as in the Professional Services organization as a senior program manager delivering sales, operations support, quarterly forecasting, and executive-level marketing programs. Prior to EMC Corporation, she was with CSC Consulting for 10 years, working as an office manager providing operations, recruiting, and field marketing for its National Consulting Practice.
Kelly and her husband, Steve, have two children: Matthew and Kaitlyn. They enjoy cheering their kids on while they run cross-country, play lacrosse, and perform drama and dance. In her free time, Kelly enjoys spending time with family and friends, cooking, hiking, and creating memories to last a lifetime. Kelly is also an avid Patriots fan.
Kelly can be reached at [email protected] or 508.620.1000 x230.
What is exciting you the most about Financial Foundations' future?
The five-year plan for the organization is exciting to me, as it is a vision of a strong, promising future in which I hope to be a part and continue to grow.
What is your favorite Financial Foundations memory?
My favorite memory would be the teamwork displayed when creating and assembling the duffel bags to be provided to children entering the foster system. It’s refreshing to be with an organization that takes the time as a team to help make a difference in the lives of children who are struggling.
What is your favorite book or movie? Why?
The Hunt for Red October. I love the characters, the strategic nature of the story, and the drive to do the right thing.
What is a fun fact about yourself?
I am an '80s music fanatic. I have seen Rick Springfield nine times, and none of those times were in the '80s.