Kelsey Christine Biehler, originally from Austin Texas, came to Charlotte in the summer of 2018. She moved for an Administrative Fellowship at Atrium Health until recently transitioning into practice management for Pediatric Endocrinology and Sleep Medicine with Levine Children’s Atrium Health. Kelsey has had a passion for healthcare since a young age, combining her desire to serve others and being invested in her community.
Kelsey received her bachelor’s degree in communication and her master’s in health administration both from Texas A&M University. Between degrees Kelsey moved to Washington D.C. and worked on the hill for Former Representative Diane Black. This was a neat opportunity for Kelsey to continue to explore her passion for healthcare and growing interest in public policy. (Diane Black was a nurse for over 30 years before serving Tennessee's 6th district, leading to a heavy healthcare agenda.)
After moving back to Texas for her master's program, Kelsey became a member of a rotary club and served as President of American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE) Texas A&M Chapter. Being a member of rotary as well as ACHE kept Kelsey in tune with the healthcare environment, meeting local leaders, and staying informed on the future of College Station.
Kelsey’s excited for this opportunity to serve as secretary and meet other passionate conservatives in the community!