Kelsey received her BA in Television and Film Production from SDSU in 2016, as well as her MFA in Musical Theatre Writing from NYU in 2018. When she's not writing for Open Road Integrated Media, she uses most of her free time for napping, writing her own novels, and snuggling with her dog. She's a co-host of the movie review podcast The Movie Broads.
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