Kelsey has over 18 years' experience in field and laboratory-based archaeology, and specialises in archaeological geophysics, geoarchaeology, remote sensing and geographic information systems (GIS). She has engaged in many community-based projects in Australia and the United States (US), including public outreach forums and collaborations with local organisations, councils, Indigenous communities and universities. Kelsey has significant relevant industry experience as a consultant in cultural heritage management in both Australia and the US. She has managed large heritage projects for both federal and state agencies. Her knowledge in landscape archaeology and geophysics makes her highly desirable on many heritage projects. Kelsey is an expert archaeological geophysicist and geoarchaeologist in Queensland, Northern Territory and South Australia, and has worked internationally on archaeological sites in the Caribbean, Europe, Indonesia, Myanmar, and North and South America.