Kelleen earned a B.A. in political science and a Masters of Public Administration from Brigham Young University.
Kelleen launched her career as a high school teacher. She taught government and U.S. History in public schools as well as the high school located in the Utah State Prison. She was soon hired as the State Elections Director under Governor Mike Leavitt. She served on the board for the National Association of State Election Directors. She has volunteered countless hours in education and also served as the Wasatch Community Foundation’s Ace Awards coordinator. Elected to the Heber City Council in 2013, she has served on the animal control board, the sewer board, and for a short time on the Heber Light and Power board. She was recently elected to serve on the board of the Utah League of Cities and Towns as a small town representative.
Today, Kelleen wants to serve as your voice in Heber City matters. A voice that echoes your concerns. A voice that matters. A voice that cares.