Kelsey & Grace

Who We Are:

Our Values

We believe in the importance of doing what you love and loving what you do. 

Relationships are the most important thing to us and our company. We will put people first under all circumstance and be honest with each decision.

We believe no idea is too big or too small to consider. We are persistent and have a growth mindset.

Teaching others is at the core of our being. We want to spread the truth wherever we go!

We are created to give. Our guiding star is our Christian faith, and this helps us continue to have a heart to serve.

Kelsey Buell

Kelsey is the founder of You Flourish Company. She is a risk-taking, socially poised, and motivating team builder. She is also an accomplished violinist and singer having performed in front of audiences as large as 20,000. She has given hundreds of presentations on networking skills, communication strategies, and behavioral assessments. As a corporate recruiter, she has conducted over 2,000 candidate interviews. And through her experience, she uncovered the fact that many people are disengaged in their jobs. Kelsey’s goal is to help leaders discover ways to prevent employee burnout, improve retention, and understand how they can prosper in everyday life.
Grace Lange

Grace Lange

Grace is a visionary and persuasive communicator. Grace has spoken to crowds of hundreds of people at corporate workshops and community conferences and coached women through several coaching groups. She is passionate about helping people prevent burnout, understand what stress is, and discover what really matters to them. She is a small town girl with big plans to spread her knowledge from her prior experiences to everyone she meets. Grace is the Managing Partner at You Flourish Company where she continues to lead and expand large scale events. She is ultimately led by faith, and her goal is to help everyone she encounters uncover their true potential and who they are.

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