At-Large Board Member
A West Tennessee native, Kelsey Lamkin graduated with her M.A. in Public History from Middle Tennessee State University in 2018. In her short career, she has worked in the private and quasi-government sector and has completed projects throughout Tennessee. She is currently an Architectural Historian for EBI Consulting.
Kelsey has worked closely with the Lynching Sites Project of Memphis since 2019 and has used her historical training to commemorate victims of lynching and document local lynching sites. She is a new member of BLDG Memphis and looks forward to supporting communities in Memphis and beyond in the years to come. Outside of her work, she enjoys re-reading Stephen King novels and spending time with her dogs and husband, an aspiring criminal defense attorney.