Mr. Kelly joined Arbor Research in 2022. He holds a Master of Public Health degree from the University of Michigan. Prior to joining Arbor Research he spent 11-plus years at the University of Michigan, holding positions with the Center for Managing Chronic Disease, Institute for Social Research, Center for Health and Research Transformation, and Michigan Medicine. He has worked across a number of disciplines including project management, research and evaluation, public health, and health policy. He is particularly interested in creating sustainable, multi-level changes in order to improve opportunities for disadvantaged communities and populations to live healthy and productive lives. He currently manages the End-Stage Renal Disease Quality Incentive Program Monitoring and Evaluation, Pancreatic Cancer Early Detection Research Consortium, and National Living Donor Assistance Center projects.