Laureen A. Kelley, President

President, LA Kelley Communications, Inc.
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Laureen A. Kelley is president of LA Kelley Communications, Inc., a worldwide provider of innovative books and newsletters on bleeding disorders. She is the author of ten books on bleeding disorders, including Raising a Child With Hemophilia, A Guide to Living With von Willebrand Disease and Managing Your Child’s Inhibitor. Laurie is founder and editor of the quarterly hemophilia magazine Parent Empowerment Newsletter (PEN), now in its twentieth-sixth year. In 2002, she founded Project SHARE, a humanitarian program that donates millions of dollars worth of blood-clotting medicine annually to impoverished patients in developing countries.

Laurie is founder of Save One Life, a nonprofit sponsorship agency for children with bleeding disorders in developing countries. She has traveled to 28 developing countries. Laurie received her bachelor’s degree in child psychology from Regis College, and worked as a state psychologist for four years. After earning her master’s degree in international economics and business from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, she worked for six years as an economic consultant at DRI/McGraw-Hill. Laurie is the mother of three, including a son with hemophilia.