B.A., Women's and Gender Studies and Anthropology, William Paterson University, 2013.
Intersection of environmental, economic, and political issues impacting female sexuality within society; gender non-conformity in relation to its revolutionary role in undermining sexism.
Kelle is a gradute of William Paterson University in 2013, with a BA in Women's and Gender Studies and Anthropology and a minor in Health Studies. In their year off, Kelle continued to puruse activism by volunteering at a domesti violence victim advocate and also interned with an NYC non-profit organization called Re-Gender (formerly known as The National Council for Research on Women). In their spare time, Kelle enjoys practicing martial arts, cooking, and hiking. Their current research interests include studying the intersection of environmental, economic, and political issues impacting female sexuality within society. They are also interested in examining gender non-conformity in relation to its revolutionary role in undermining sexism by dismantling traditional gender roles/norms. Kelle is elated to be returning to academia, where they ultimately hope to remain, as they aspire to be a college professor.