Kelsey Shipman graduated from Southern Methodist University with a B.S. in Economics, Public Policy, and World Languages (Spanish and Arabic) with minors in Math, Computer Science, History, Human Rights, and Public Policy & International Affairs. She was also a member of the O’Neil Center for Global Markets and Freedom Reading Group, the Engaged Learning Advisory Committee, Honors Research Association, Delta Delta Delta Sorority, and previously affiliated with the SMU Student Senate and SMU Honor Council.
Kelsey has been recognized as a President’s Scholar, Tower Scholar, Richter Undergraduate Research Fellow, and Mayer Interdisciplinary Research Fellow, including membership in Phi Beta Kappa honor society and the Hyer Honor Society. At the Hunt Institute, she was an undergraduate Research Analyst lending her skills in research to several interdisciplinary projects.
After completing her undergraduate studies at SMU, Kelsey is currently working as a Senior Research Assistant at the Federal Reserve Board.
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