Kelley Mlicki

Kelley Mlicki

Kelley is an award-winning interpretive planner specializing in informal educational exhibit experiences. She writes in a variety of styles for a wide range of clients. Her past projects range in subject matter, from folk art and military history to habitat conservation and social and cultural histories. A Certified Interpretive Planner, she provides a full range of content development services, including planning, research, photo research, and interpretive writing.

Current projects include:

  • Aransas National Wildlife Refuge Visitor Center
  • Oregon Black Heritage Museum
  • Forest Service M/V Chugach Conceptual Design Plan and Pavilion Signage
  • Museum of North Idaho
  • Oregon Korean War Memorial Interpretive Center