Keely Phillpotts is an administrative assistant with a passion for environmental education and policy. She graduated from Georgia State University (GSU) in 2016 with a B.S. in public policy and a concentration in nonprofit leadership. While attending GSU, Keely interned for the Georgia Aquarium and worked for Fernbank Museum of Natural History where she taught animal education. In addition to her experience, she also spent her summers working for a sea turtle hatchling rescue organization in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, called Sea Turtle Oversight Protection. Her passion for the environment has lead her to pursue a career in protecting it. Keely spends her free time snorkeling, boating and binging shows on Netflix.