Culture Conductor & Coachsultant

Professional Bio

Kelsey Wong is an Experience Designer, Community Orchestrator, and Culture Consultant. With a passionate curiosity for people, Kelsey consults organizations worldwide to design emotionally intelligent workplaces with humanity at the center. 

At Delivering Happiness [DH], Kelsey serves as the Culture Conductor where she leads internal culture initiatives and learning & development for the DH team. Externally, Kelsey serves as a Project Manager and Coachsultant for clients helping to bring their culture visions to life. 

Previously, Kelsey was the Community Activator of Ignite International, a revolutionary talent analytics technology that helps people find their purpose and ideal role in the world. Kelsey also served as the Director of Operations for CO+HOOTS coworking, a collaborative workspace for creative entrepreneurs. Expanding the space from 25 coworkers to over 125, CO+HOOTS, has grown to 3x the size with 6x the impact and has been named one of the Top 10 Coworking Spaces in the world for it’s outsized impact.

Kelsey graduated from Arizona State University with a BA in Marketing, minor in Design Studies and certificate in International Business. When she’s not delivering happiness, she enjoys writing, exploring, and floating in the sea.

Clients include:

  • 360 Insights
  • Baldwin University
  • CatalystCreativ
  • Chase Bank
  • Christiana Care Health Systems
  • CultureLabX
  • Inc. 5000
  • Greater Good Science Center
  • MAC6
  • Singularity University
  • WeWork
  • WISS

Fun Facts

  • Kelsey is a big traveler. She once rowed the Grand Canal at the Palace of Versailles and enjoyed the Palace so much she got locked in after hours!
  • Kelsey is a very extroverted, social person. Her dad would always say, “your mouth is the only thing that will get you in trouble.” Recently he has added “and it’s the only thing that will get you out of trouble.”
  • When Kelsey’s not creating community, she’s playing bikes. A new cyclist, Kelsey has been exploring the Bay Area via her road bike “Blue Steel” [because it’s ridiculously good looking] and hopes to do the Women’s 100K in 2016.

Inspired By

  • Leaders who give.
  • Dreamers who act.
  • Explorers with great stories.

Something Weird That Makes Her Happy

Wordplay, puns and anagrams ;]

Catch Her Online


Favorite Core Value