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Kelsey Wyble attended Texas A&M University and obtained her Bachelors of Science in Agricultural Leadership and Development in December 2008. While at Texas A&M, Kelsey was a member of the National Championship Texas A&M Equestrian Team; she competed in western horsemanship and received academic athlete honors. Also, while at Texas A&M, Kelsey completed an internship in Dublin, Ireland with the Green Political Party in Parliament conducting research on different areas of policy - including agriculture and transportation.

Upon graduation from Texas A&M, Kelsey went to work for the Texas Department of Agriculture as a governmental affairs intern during the 2009 legislative session. She worked closely with members of the Department and Legislature who developed the sunset bill for the Texas Department of Agriculture. 

Kelsey attended St. Mary's University School of Law in San Antonio, Texas, and graduated in December 2011, in the top 25% of her class. While at St. Mary's, Kelsey was on the dean's list, participated in the Innsbruck, Austria study abroad program, completed negotiations and mediation settlement courses and certification, and reached the quarter finals of the 1L moot court competition. During law school Kelsey worked as a law clerk for the civil litigation firm - Burns & Black, PLLC. Upon graduation she was admitted to practice law in the State of Texas in May 2012. Kelsey practiced civil litigation with Burns & Black as an associate attorney, her primary focus being in business law. Looking for a change of pace, Kelsey began working for The Davis Law Firm in San Antonio, Texas as a social security disability attorney in October 2012. In May 2013, Kelsey moved to Kaufman, Texas and began working for the Texas Office of Inspector General in Dallas, investigating Medicaid fraud among health care providers. In January 2015, Kelsey opened her firm in Kaufman, Texas focusing her areas of practice primarily on family and business law as well as wills, estates, and probate matters. 

Kelsey is a member of the State Bar of Texas, Texas Young Lawyers Association, Dallas Bar Association, and a board member of the Kaufman County United Way. Kelsey and her husband own a ranch in Terrell, Texas. they raise cattle, horses and sheep. In her spare time, Kelsey enjoys spending time with her husband and their sons at home and working on their ranch. Kelsey volunteers her time for pro bono cases and teaching horseback riding lessons to disadvantaged children.