In addition to her fiction projects, Kellie has worked as a freelance writer contributing to several local and regional publications, corporate websites, and nonprofit newsletters and communications. She continues to work as a freelance writer and in 2016 & 2017, she worked with Dementi Milestone Publishing to write and publish the 70 Year History of the Carole and Marcus Weinstein Jewish Community Center, one of the most beloved organizations in central Virginia. The gorgeous coffee table book was published in 2017 and is available through the JCC.
Commitment. Community. Excellence. These are the values on which the Center was founded and the same values that define the Carole and Marcus Weinstein Jewish Community Center today. From its humble beginnings on Idlewood Avenue to its stunning facility on Monument Avenue, the JCC has been home to generations of both the Jewish community and the larger Richmond community. Offering personal, cultural, and physical development to people of all ages and faiths for more than seven decades, the Weinstein JCC is truly a special place.
In 2019, Kellie began working with the Dementi History Group as Project Leader and Writer. The Dementi History Group understands the importance of preserving history and is passionate about commemorating organizational and nonprofit histories with their story.
To learn more about Kellie’s non-fiction projects or the Dementi History Group, contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org.