Kelly S. Kennoy
Kelly is a Lexington native who grew up climbing trees, fishing, canoeing, and riding dirt bikes. She has been passionate about the outdoors and the environment since building her first mud fort in the fifth grade. Kelly has over 20 years of professional experience managing a wide range of traditional environmental services. Activities have included: directly overseeing the assessment and clean-up of Brownfield and Superfund
sites; supervising renewable energy, energy efficiency and sustainable design projects. After living in Chicago for 26 years, Kelly and her family returned to the Bluegrass. Currently, she develops and coordinates environmental health programs at the University of Kentucky. She believes a healthy environment = a healthy community and is excited to be a part of TreesLexington!. Kelly received a Master of Public Health/Community Health Science (University of Illinois at Chicago), Bachelor of Arts/Geography (University of Kentucky) and Associate in Applied Science/Nursing (Truman College).