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Kelsey Prezioso, B. S. Criminal Justice

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Kelsey Prezioso holds a bachelor degree in Criminal Justice from Kennesaw State University.  During Kelsey's senior year of college, she participated in a study abroad program in the Netherlands and Germany that focused on International Crime and Human Rights. 

Kelsey became a part of Siblings Forever as a camp counselor in 2012.  She joined the board in 2016 and became a part of the leadership team in 2017.  Kelsey found her passion for social work and working with foster children while volunteering at camp.  She enjoyed it so much in 2016, she joined the Cobb County Department of Family and Children Services as a foster care case manager. Kelsey now serves as a DFCS Program Specialist for the region of Cobb, Gwinnett and Clayton Counties. Kelsey enjoys returning to camp every summer to see the growth and bonds between each sibling.

Volunteer Recruitment and Retention Committee Chair

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