Kathryn A. Kellett is not just a lawyer. She is also a colleague, daughter, friend, wife and mother with nearly a decade of experience in fundraising, special events management, corporate engagement, donor stewardship, fiscal and regulatory management, and more. 

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Kathryn opened her own law practice after graduating from New England Law | Boston in 2014 and UMass Amherst in 2005. In addition to her solo practice, Kathryn is an active member of the legal community, and she regularly seeks pro bono cases from MetroWest Legal Services and the Volunteer Lawyers Project. She is also an active member of the Boston Bar Association and Starting Out SoloAlthough Kathryn enjoys the technical aspects of the law, her favorite part of the job is connecting with clients on a personal level to help them solve real problems and plan for the future.   

Prior to opening her firm, Kathryn was a professional figure skater for Disney on Ice. She also played an important role at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and the Jimmy Fund in the areas of event compliance, data integrity, data input, and donor services. During Dana-Farber's seven-year, $1 billion Mission Possible campaign, Kathryn served as Senior Event Compliance Officer and then Associate Director of Fiscal and Regulatory Management where she was responsible for maintaining the Institute's third-party event policies and procedures and ensuring compliance for more than 3,000 Jimmy Fund events and programs. Additional responsibilities ranged from writing acknowledgement letters to drafting agreements for professional fundraisers, sponsors, venues, and charitable partners. You can view a detailed summary of Kathryn's professional experiences on LinkedIn

Outside of the office, Kathryn is very active in her community. She ran the Boston Marathon twice as a member of the Dana-Farber Marathon Challenge in 2008 and 2009, raising $15,421 for the Claudia Adams Barr Program in Innovative Basic Cancer Research. 

Kathryn enjoys spending time with family on Webster Lake and catching up with friends. Her other hobbies include reading for fun, cooking a new recipe every night, critiquing AFI's 100 Greatest American Films of All Time, and keeping fit at Pure Barre Burlington and the Waltham YMCAKathryn also adores hiking with her husband and two sons. Kathryn and her husband became members of the Appalachian Mountain Club (AMC) Four Thousand Footer Club and are currently in the process of tackling the New Hampshire 52 With-A-View.