Kelly Mallett

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Kelly has worked in the histology profession for 30 years in various capacities from technician to supervisor, as well as consultant. She has experience in various areas of histology including human, veterinary, clinical, and research. In 2014 she traveled to Nepal as a USAID Farmer-to-Farmer (F2F) volunteer to assist the Himalayan College of Agricultural Science and Technology (HICAST) in training technicians, establishing processes and protocols, and physically for the histology laboratory. That year she received a U.S. Presidential Volunteer award. Kelly currently serves on the Governance Committee for the National Society for Histotechnology (NSH) and has been elected by her peers to serve in the NSH House of Delegates Speaker of the House. She also volunteers within the Texas Society of Histotechnology (TSH) where she was appointed as the Advocacy Chairman. She has a passion for excellence and advocates for.

She is a lifelong resident of Texas and earned her B. S. in Psychology from Texas A&M University. She lives in Iola with her husband, Chad, and their dog and cat.

In her spare time, Kelly serves as the Coordinator for the Iola Food Pantry, leads a weekly Bible study for women at her church, and enjoys gardening to attract pollinators and dragonflies.