Kelee began her dance training in 2001 at The Conservatory of Ballet Aviv, primarily studying classical ballet for 9 years. During this time, she fell in love with the art of ballet and aspired to be a professional ballerina. Kelee was accepted through audition as a company member with Ballet Aviv for 7 consecutive years, which she performed in the Nutcracker Ballet for three of those years in the roles of Candy Cane, Lead Candy Cane, Tulip, Icicles, and Chinese Tea. She has also had the privilege of dancing in the opening number for Ballet Magnificat! of Jackson, MS. In the fall of 2010, Kelee broadened her training by taking master classes at every opportunity possible at Northshore Academy of Dance in Covington, La., which then proved to be the studio where she would continue her dance training. As a first-year student at NAD, she was given the honor of performing a Don Quixote Variation, "Kitri’s Wedding," in their annual dance concert. In the fall of 2011, Kelee was accepted as a member of the NAD Pro Senior, Pro Elite Jazz, and Pro Elite Ballet Teams. These teams traveled to many dance conventions and competitions, giving Kelee the honor of studying under professionals such as; Mia Michaels, Mandy Moore, Kim Wolfe, Stacy Boeddeker, Nate Poole, Ricky Marcelino Palomino, Dee Caspary, and many more. Kelee was also accepted numerous years in a row into the year-long professional company trainee program in New York with a partial scholarship at the Joffrey Ballet School. In 2013, Kelee was cast as an alternate dancer for the Super Bowl XLVII – Pepsi halftime show, starring Beyonce. Kelee graduated from Louisiana State University in 2018, where she pursued a BS in Interdisciplinary Studies focusing on Psychology, Sociology, and Communication Studies. Throughout Kelee's college years, she became a member of the Nu Delta Alpha National Dance Honor Society and has performed with the University of Alabama in performances such as Dance Alabama and Dance Collection in the fall and spring semesters, where she studied under Cornelius Carter, Sarah Barry and Rebecca Saltzer. She was also chosen as one of ten dancers to choreograph for the UA 2015/2016 Homecoming. In 2015, Kelee was chosen as a counselor for the American Ballet Theatre summer intensive held at The University of Alabama. Kelee continues to share her passion for dance with her students at The Dance Connection in Walker, La. Kelee has taught at The Dance Connection since 2016, teaching classes of all ages and genres, and continues to choreograph for the competition team.