Kelly is a futurist, game developer, and architect of the Metaverse with over 30 years in the gaming and technology industry. She is now acknowledged worldwide as an expert on the Metaverse and the huge growth market areas that virtual platforms unveil.
Having started out as a broadcast journalist, Kelly's passion for gamification, storytelling and virtual entertainment has led her to consult high-profile organisations.
Her expertise and passion for storytelling and pop culture can be seen in her best-selling fiction books, Summer Girl (2013) and Prince of Tokyo (2018).
Kelly's grounded, simple and educational approach to the Metaverse, is one of the key reasons why she's become one of the most sought-after digital leaders of the Metaverse.
Her goal as a speaker is to show you the world of tomorrow, today, by highlights the paradigms that arise in today’s virtual landscape.
Her conferences which focus on the links between the physical and virtual realms, helps business leaders navigate the world of Web 3.0 easily, from digital fashion to AI commerce, to everything in between.
Moreover, Kelly's digital leadership is a result of her passion for pushing technology to its edge through education, sustainability and social impact, making her a must-have speaker for any event aimed at helping audiences create better through virtual spaces.
With Kelly's career having been strongly guided by her passion for pop culture and future-gazing, she has crafted a career in a development throughout some of the world's most famous franchises.
Before creating and refining characters in the Transformers continuous universe, Kelly was already hooked into the possibilities of technology where humans meet everything from robots and autonomous vehicles to fashion and food.
Currently, Kelly is an independent consultant, as well as Chief Metaverse Officer of Aequaland, an inclusive & fun platform for kids aimed promoting self-discovery and fostering emotional intelligence.
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