Kelsey Haake is Inupiaq from Utqiagvik, Alaska. She is a current law student at the University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School and a summer associate at Snell & Wilmer in Phoenix, AZ, working on various Indian Law related projects. Prior to law school, she was a Certified Financial Planner and partnered with various tribes and Alaska Native Corporations on their financial literacy and financial planning for their tribal members. After seven years in the financial industry, she realized we need more Native attorneys. While at University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School she has is a co-president of the Native American Law Student Association (NALSA), the Area 6 Representative for the National NALSA board, has been on many panels to push for more Native Americans in law, and has been featured in various articles on her law school journey. She is a big advocate for getting more Native students into law school and frequently offers to help Native students during their admissions process. She also has three children and looks forward to dedicating her professional legal career to working in Indian Country.