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The Model Activist


33, Fly Entertainment artiste

A multi-hyphenate who dabbles in modelling, acting and endurance sports, Kelly wants to use her voice for good by advocating for children's access to education through the Happy Hearts Foundation.

On what makes her a trailblazer: “I always believed that if you come from a position of privilege, it’s your duty to give back to people who have less. Advocacy has made me a better person and a better woman because it reminds me to be thankful for what I have, and since I have this platform, why not try to make someone else’s life better too?”

“I’m part of two organisations: The World Wildlife Fund and Happy Hearts Foundation. I’ve been

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