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About Zach
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About Zach

Zach Kelsay is an environmental lawyer.

Career

Zach Kelsay is an environmental lawyer known for his dedication to justice. With a passion for persuasive legal writing, he litigates on behalf of victims of environmental harm.

Education

Zach holds a J.D. from the University of Kansas, and is licensed in the states of Maryland, West Virginia, and Washington, D.C. He continues to stay at the forefront of environmental law through ongoing education and professional development.

Philanthropy and Community Involvement

Beyond his work in litigation, Zach is committed to making a positive impact in the community. He actively supports the Rock Creek Conservancy.

Personal Life

Zach and Alexandra find balance and inspiration in running 5Ks around DC and biking in Rock Creek Park.

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About Alexandra

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Alexandra Kelsay is a non-profit accountant.

In 2019, Alexandra Kelsay (née Keleti) completed a summer-long IT Sourcing and Asset Management internship at the Sprint Corporation headquarters, then based in Overland Park, Kansas during the company’s preparations for merger with then-industry-competitor T-Mobile.

Kelsay described her internship as both pivotal and an amazing educational experience, as it provided exposure to various career paths within the financial field. Additionally, Kelsay credits the experience as an important influence on her decision to pursue her Master of Accounting degree after graduation. At the end of her internship, Kelsay was offered and accepted a full-time role within Sprint’s Finance department. 

Background & Personal Life

Prior to her time at KU and Sprint Corporation, Alexandra Kelsay spent her childhood in the suburbs of Kansas City. As a child, Kelsay developed an early interest for classical music and needlework crafts. It was during this time that Kelsay also developed a deep appreciation for personal hobbies, particularly their positive impact on one’s personal well-being. 

As a child, Alexandra Kelsay continually nurtured what would eventually become a lifelong practice, giving back to those in need. Her charitable nature took root as a volunteer within the local Johnson County Public Library system, where she sorted books and performed various other library tasks throughout her childhood.

Now she lives with her husband, Zach, in Washington, D.C. where they enjoy going on long bike rides in Rock Creek Park and city walks in Adams Morgan. Together, they volunteer for the Rock Creek Conservancy.

Career

Following receipt of her Master’s degree, Alexandra Kelsay put her education and experience to work in the field of auditing in downtown Washington, D.C. There she audited financial institutions based in the Northeast. Later, she went on to work as a non-profit accountant for a thinktank in Dupont Circle of Washington, D.C.

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