Kelli joined the Summit team in July of 2020. Building on her previous work experience, she now works with the injured worker population. Kelli enjoys supporting people who have been injured to regain their skills and abilities to return to work with strength and confidence.
Before moving to Spokane, Kelli’s fieldwork placement was with Duke Rehabilitation Institute in Durham, NC where she worked with persons with orthopedic injuries, brain injuries and neurodegenerative diseases. Prior to returning to school for her occupational therapy degree, Kelli worked as a Director of Programs for a holistic health organization promoting the mental, physical, and spiritual health for clergy. Throughout her work experience, Kelli has learned the importance of everyday skills, habits, and routines, and how they attribute to a person’s quality of life.
- Work Injury Management Programs
- ADL’s (Activities of Daily Living)
- Independent living and mobility skills
- Orthopedic Occupational Therapy
- Neuro Occupational Therapy
Education and Professional Certifications
- Masters of Science in Occupational Therapy, University of North Carolina-2019
- Bachelor of Art-Political Science, Whitworth University-2009
- American Occupational Therapy Association
Kelli and her husband live in Spokane with their two boys, Charlie and Henri. Kelli enjoys music, trail running, and being on the river or in her garden.