Shelby resides in Pueblo but works and does her volunteering and civic engagement in the Colorado Springs community. Professionally, she is the Philanthropic Services Associate at Pikes Peak Community Foundation. She holds a Master of Public Administration from the University of Colorado Colorado Springs’ School of Public Affairs, in addition to two graduate certificates: one in Nonprofit Fund Development, and the second in Grant writing, Management, and Program Evaluation. Her involvement in the community consists of serving as Chair of the Board for Artemis Women and a Mentor in the Mentor 2.0 program with Big Brothers Big Sisters and Atlas Preparatory High School. Shelby is excited about service on the Citizens Project board because she believes in the impactful and empowering work that the organization engages in relating to voter education, equality, and diversity. She looks forward to engaging with a variety of voices and backgrounds as she supports Citizens Project’s work in bettering the community for all.