Staff Spotlight



 

Kelsey Tarletsky

 

Kelsey Tarletsky1. What’s the most rewarding thing about what you do?
Every project brings with it different challenges, it is great to get to see one all the way through. From conceptual ideas, to design solutions, to unforeseen construction issues, all that ultimately end in a final space is a very rewarding, challenging and fun process.

2. Why did you choose this profession?
I have always been interested in math and science growing up and once in college I saw engineering as a path for a profession that would always keep me interested and constantly learning new things.


3. People don’t know?
I love feta cheese; I'll eat it with almost anything.


4. Extracurricular activities?
I enjoy running, playing tennis (even though I am horrible) and traveling to new places!


5. What is top on your bucket list?  
I would love to go to Europe, especially to see ancient Rome!


6. You in a nutshell?
I love spending time with my family and friends, traveling, cooking, and enjoying those few perfect weather days that we get in Kansas. I am a proud Jayhawk, math nerd and am enjoying my last couple months before turning 25! (I guess that means I’m officially an adult then?!)

 

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