Kelsey Kinsel is a blogger, life coach, and mental health advocate based in Nashville, Tennessee.
Kelsey founded and operated a mental health and suicide prevention organization for six years. She spearheaded the launch of an awareness campaign that included public figures such as Kim and Khloe Kardashian, Colbie Caillat, Mat Hoffman, and Marcia Cross. As executive producer of the HOPE compilation music album, she signed 10 artists to the project including Chase Rice, Em, and Tim Halperin, among others. Her efforts were recognized by MTV, Girls' Life Magazine, DOLLY, and Justine Magazine. She was a semifinalist for Glamour Magazine's Woman of the Year Award in 2011 and attended the NYC awards in 2013.
Kelsey earned a Bachelor of Science in Social Entrepreneurship and Music Business from Belmont University. While in college, she launched a lifestyle blog and secured multiple invitations to New York Fashion Week. She has collaborated with brands such as Forever 21, Daniel Wellington, Sundays Studio (NY), Capri Blue Candles, and more.
She is committed to creating social change within fashion, music, and the media. As a life coach and mental health advocate, she is positioned to continue her mission of reminding others that hope is real, tangible, and profound.