(Term: November 1, 2021 to October 31, 2024)
Kelly Krolicki is a lifelong resident of South Lake Tahoe, California and Nevada. She attended San Francisco State University in 1985 and pursued a minor in American Indian Studies. She graduated from the California State University at Chico in 1990. In 1992, she moved to the Nevada side of Lake Tahoe to attend the University of Nevada, Reno. She received her Masters of Business Administration from UNR in 1994.
Kelly and Brian Krolicki have been instrumental in Nevada politics for well over 24 year. Her husband, Brian Krolicki is the former Nevada Lt. Governor and State Treasurer. Her oldest daughter, Kate Krolicki, interns for the Nevada Indian Commission when she is home from college.
“I have always been passionate about American Indian issues. The Stewart site is a project that I would like to see to fruition. The Stewart project has an important story to tell in the plight of the American Indian and Nevada history,” says Kelly. A founding member and officer for the Stewart Indian School Preservation Alliance (SISPA), recently Kelly was re-appointed to a second term as a commissioner, this time by Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak.