Kellen Lee, MA, CMPC completed his undergraduate studies at UC San Diego with Bachelor Degrees in both Communication and Psychology. He was an All-American baseball player at UCSD. He then played 1 season of Independent Professional Baseball. After graduating, he pursued a Master’s Degree in Sport Psychology at JFK University. He is currently working as a Master Resilience Trainer-Performance Expert (MRT-PE) for the US Army as he progresses towards a PhD in General Psychology with an Emphasis in Performance Psychology. In addition, he is adjunct faculty for the JFK University Sport Psychology program where he supervises current graduate student interns. He resides in Campbell, CA with his wife Jaclyn, son Colton, and dog Yadi.
Credentials & Accolades
Master’s Degree in Sport Psychology – JFK University
Certified Mental Performance Consultant (CMPC) through the Association for Applied Sport Psychology
PhD Candidate – General Psychology: Emphasis in Performance Psychology