Kelly Stofflet was born and raised here in Southern Oregon. She graduated from Crater High School in 1998 and then moved out of the area. In 2006, she decided to come back home. She had spent time working and seeing life outside of a small town, but realized her heart was here. She ended up marrying a friend from high school that she had reunited with after her return home. They have 3 amazing kids, 2 boys and little girl who passed away. After Frankie passed, she realized she needed to do something more in her life. She ended up volunteering at Asante and in 2018 was awarded the Volunteer of the Year. She was then offered a job working with the volunteers, which is where she currently works.

Kelly and her husband also have their own construction business. She became a general contractor so her husband could focus on the work while she handled the logistics. In their “free time” they like to go camping and adventure around the valley. Their boys love horses and anything that has to do with farm animals.

When their oldest was getting to be school age they started looking at different schools and types of education. They loved how the Waldorf curriculum teaches the whole child. Their son has thrived in school so far and truly loves going to Madrone Trail every day. She hopes that as a board member, she can bring another perspective to things as well as learn more from the teams and committees that make Madrone Trail so amazing.