Kelley has worked professionally as an actor, director, stage manager and arts administrator, and is responsible for the oversight of LISPA’s student admissions and administrative operations.
She spent several years with The Denver Center for the Performing Arts, working as an arts manager, event planner, fundraiser, and arts-education lobbyist for the Office of Public Affairs. Whilst at the DCPA, she developed the Future Artists’ Forum, a monthly career-education workshop for young people interested in careers in the arts. She also assisted several small theatre companies as a business mentor and board member.
Kelley received her MFA in Actor-Created Physical Theatre from Naropa University in 2004, and her Pedagogical Certificate from LISPA in July 2005. She also holds a BA in Theatre from the University of Northern Colorado (1994).
Patrick graduated from Cambridge University with BA(Hons) in Engineering in 1991, and followed this with PGCE training in Mathematics and Music. Over a number of years he was involved in running a successful music school business in Bristol as well as working in computer programming and teaching.
With extensive experience in database programming and general business administration, Patrick is involved with the financial aspects of the school, which includes organising students' tuition fees and payment plans.