Founder, The diaTribe Foundation
Kelly founded Close Concerns in 2002, a public health focused healthcare information company. At Close Concerns, Kelly and her team write about diabetes, obesity, and digital and public health. She also chairs The diaTribe Foundation, a nonprofit established in 2013 to improve the lives of people with diabetes, pre-diabetes, and obesity and to advocate for action. Previously, Kelly’s work focused on life sciences more broadly. For over a decade, she worked on Wall Street and at McKinsey & Company, where her work centered on healthcare and nonprofits. Kelly graduated from Amherst College and Harvard Business School. She's co-host of the popular SF-based CPS Lectures.