Kelsey Grossman, Receptionist and Administrative Assistant
In addition to answering NRCM’s phone with a warm greeting and welcoming visitors to our headquarters, Kelsey provides administrative support to Finance and Administrative staff. She also helps out in the Advocacy Department when she can during especially busy times, and is always happy to learn new skills and pitch in where she’s needed. Kelsey recently moved to Maine when her partner was offered a job running an oyster farm on the Damariscotta River. She thought it would be a great opportunity to move closer to what she loves the most, the mountains and the great, big, beautiful outdoors! Prior to moving to Maine, Kelsey lived in Massachusetts for a couple of years after graduating from the University of Massachusetts Amherst with a degree in Sociology. She worked a great deal with at-risk youth in Boston, as well as with victims of sexual and domestic assault. In her free time, you will often find Kelsey walking in the woods or hiking with her camera in hand and dogs in tow!
Favorite Quote: “Only when the last tree has died and the last river has been poisoned and the last fish been caught will we realize we cannot eat money.” —Cree Proverb