Kelly actively publishes scientific and policy analysis papers in her professional capacity. Check out her Google Scholar Page to read her latest work. Read Kelly's recent policy assessment of equity in the new age of transportation technology in the Journal of Science Policy and Governance by downloading the PDF file here:
Part of Kelly's role on the leadership board for 500 Women Scientists is to contribute to Op-Eds and statements that the organization produces. You can read some statements on the 500 Women Scientist's Medium Page and website.
Some mainstream articles are below:
Seattle Times: As EPA head, Scott Pruitt must act on climate change
Kelly also does occasional Freelance writing. Her stories are below:
The Stranger: What Smoking Weed Does to Teen Brains
Kelly started writing a science blog called "Gray Matter Happy Hour" in 2014 as a hobby, with the aim to help close the communication gap. The blog is themed around scientific issues that are relevant to every-day life, with a focus on studies and discoveries that could shape policy as well as policy that could shape the future of science. Some of the most popular articles from Gray Matter Happy Hour:
Kelly was a participant and advisory board member for the Engage Science program, which trains students to communicate their research to a broad public audience. She wrote an Engage Science blog post for this class about how to effectively communicate controversial scientific issues to people with differing worldviews using strategies she learned at the AAAS meeting in February of 2015.
In her spare time, Kelly is an avid Denver Broncos fan and football lover. In November of 2014, Kelly became a staff writer for The Mile High Report, a Denver Broncos blog with SB Nation (Sports Blog Nation). You can view her author page here. Her favorite article was an intersection of science and football, an article about owner Pat Bowlen's battle with Alzheimer's Disease.
PDF of Kelly's Article