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Public Management Center welcomes new student office assistant

Monday, July 28, 2014

The Public Management Center is happy to announce that it has hired a part-time staff member, Kelly Baerveldt, as the new student office assistant.

Kelly provides administrative support for all of the Public Management Center programs, staff, and instructors and assists with various projects within the Center throughout the school year. “I love organizing projects and helping in any way that I can,” Kelly says.

Kelly is originally from St. Louis, MO and is currently a junior at KU pursuing a degree in Health, Sport and Exercise Science. She hopes to someday become a physical therapist.

In her free time, Kelly is an avid softball player. She has played competitive softball for 16 years and is a member of the KU Club Softball team and regularly travels to other schools for softball tournaments. She enjoys being active and playing almost any sport, and loves the outdoors.

Outside of her love for sports, Kelly claims she has always been the biggest fan of dogs and can most often be found cuddled up with her black lab, Louie.



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Ruth DeWitt, Communications Manager
KU School of Public Affairs and Administration
rdewitt@ku.edu
785-864-2554
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