Kellee Kemp is a Los Angeles native, dedicated to empowering communities of color. She is a double alum of Loyola Marymount University where she obtained her BA in Urban Studies and MA in Marriage and Family Therapy with a specialization in Art Therapy, where she currently serves as a clinical supervisor.
As a first-generation American, she has always felt it was her duty to support the work being done by communities of color. Kellee is dedicated to social justice and passionate about empowering marginalized communities from within. This desire has taken her internationally to support various humanitarian projects in Mexico, Guatemala, El Salvador, Belize, and India. Locally, she has worked closely with organizations addressing literacy, poverty, and mental health disparities in Watts, Compton, Boyle Heights, South Los Angeles, and Long Beach.
In recent years, she served as Executive Director of the Yetunde Price Resource Center in Compton as well as the Chief Program Officer for the Driving Force Group, a nonprofit organization which offers infrastructure and operations support for projects reflecting race equity and social impact. Currently, Kellee has a thriving private-practice focused on providing services to Black and Latinx individuals and families.