Kelly is a Ph.D student studying honeybee health and management practices. She has a B.S. in Molecular Environmental Biology from UC Berkeley where she worked with native bees as a research assistant in Claire Kremen’s lab. She then spent a field season with the USGS in North Dakota studying honeybee health and landscape change and became completely hooked on honeybees. She is interested in studying honeybee health on a nationwide scale through the Sentinel Apiary Project. She also hopes to help develop and field validate best management practices to improve colony health and survival. She is excited to work with the BIP Team and beekeepers to make a lasting impact on the ways we manage and support honeybees and agriculture.