Kelsey started skiing at a young age. With her grandfather, Cliff Serwa, co-founding Big White Ski Resort in the early 1960's, it was inevitable that Kelsey would lead a life greatly influenced by the skiing community. From the age of six, Kelsey progressed from level to level in the Alpine world. In 2007 she was named a member of the Canadian Women's National Development Team. In 2009 the avid alpine racer made the decision to try her luck at the newest Olympic discipline, ski cross. Kelsey took the World Cup ski cross tour by storm, making a name for herself instantaneously. Since 2009 she has won 7 World Cup races, earned 13 World Cup podium finishes and the prestigious titles of World Champion, X-Games gold medalist, Olympian, National Champion, and two-time South American Champion. Still eager for improvement, this Kelowna sweetheart has her sights set on becoming the overall World Cup champion and an Olympic gold medalist.