Kelly leads the workplace strategy practice for AECOM Globally. Her degrees in business, sociology, and predictive analytics enable her to provide a societal context for organisational change. Kelly has deep expertise in applying behavioural research methods and diverse design strategies into workplace environments to drive impactful and sustainable transformation. Kelly is dedicated to multiple areas of research – human-computer interaction, occupier wellbeing, and cognitive ergonomics. She recognises that a corporate environment is an eco-system, and takes a holistic view in her approach to evidence based workplace strategies. She spearheaded the recent GSA “Light Matters” research initiative, was a contributing author to the “Future Office” publication by RIBA, and recent author of “ensuring Occupier heath” white paper in partnership with Schneider Electric.