I’ve been there since June. So it’s still less than a year and [I’m] learning a lot, but now I work for Seven Hills Global Outreach which does development projects in eight different countries including Bangladesh, Haiti, Jamaica, Syria, Ghana, Kenya, Liberia and .. Guatemala. Then I also work for the International Center of Worcester which is kind of the inbound programs, and so what we do is mostly work with the State Department and mostly bring visitors here to the U.S to do professional development training so [laughs] I’m kind of all over the place.
Kellee Kosiorek was born in 1992, in Lebanon, New Hampshire. She moved to Worcester to attend Clark University, where she double majored in cultural psychology and international business and then earned a master’s degree in non-profit management. Although she had primarily been exposed to her conservative, white family and neighbors growing up, attending Clark opened her eyes to a variety of different cultural backgrounds. Since then she has fallen in love with exploring other cultures. Her dream is to join the Peace Corps, but for now she works for the Seven Hills Foundation in Worcester. Kellee works on multicultural and ethnic projects at the foundation. Seven Hills’ global outreach programs include countries such as Haiti, Jamaica, Ghana, Liberia, and Guatemala. She also works with the International Center of Worcester, which keeps her constantly busy. Kellee is only 25 years old, but she realizes how blessed and lucky she is to have the life and job opportunities she enjoys so much.