Kelley Dennings started her social and behavior change career working for local and state government. She then worked for multiple environmental nonprofits focused on recycling, forest conservation and consumption before working for an internationally known social marketing agency. Kelley currently works at the Center for Biological Diversity leading the Center’s work to address the connection between human population growth and overconsumption. She has conducted social marketing, social media, public relations, and traditional advertising projects throughout her 20-year career. She holds a bachelor’s degree in natural resources from N.C. State and a master’s degree in public health from the University of South Florida. Kelley’s case studies have been published or presented in Resource Recycling, Social Marketing Quarterly, The Handbook of Persuasion and Social Marketing and at various state and national conferences.