Kellie Reed is a Dermatology Resident at Seton Medical Center. She is also a Business Honors Program alum from McCombs School of Business at UT-Austin and chaired a lecture series in medical school called “Business of Medicine.” She founded/organized a charity organization and various events over the years including Belle of the Ball in El Paso, Bowling for Literacy and the Ovarian Masquerade Ball, which benefitted the Ovarian Cancer Research Fund. Additionally, she has done healthcare volunteering in Guadalajara and Nicaragua. She chose Wonders & Worries as her nonprofit, and it is the only organization in Central Texas dedicated to providing children who have a seriously or chronically ill parent with highly specialized, unique-to-each-family, emotional support and coping skills. Kellie grew up with a chronically ill father due to Multiple Sclerosis and his passing when she was 18 years old, and as a result holds a special place in her heart for an organization that reaches out to children in these situations.
In her free time she loves to run town lake, try new restaurants in town, be on the water (boating, SUP, floating the river), yoga, and just being with her family and friends.