Kelsey Uebelhor was first attracted to Marian University because
she wanted to be a part of a community where professors
know you by name. She chose Marian University because of its
hands-on business program and because she received an
Uebelhor’s favorite experience was representing Marian University
and the Clark H. Byrum School of Business at the National
Student Advertising Competition. In 2011, she led a critical
sub-team for the JCPenney campaign, and in 2012, she was the
strategic director of the entire $100 million campaign for Nissan
USA. Marian University has gained recognition with a top-four
award both years, placing ahead of schools such as University of
Michigan, Indiana University, Purdue University, and Notre Dame.
In 2012, Uebelhor received the Ken Elmendorf Outstanding
Graduate in Business Administration Award. She was also
nominated for the Alumni Association Distinguished Senior
Award. During her junior year, she participated on an elite team of
Marian University students called the A-Team, providing consulting
services to community businesses in the town of Speedway.
Uebelhor is a four-year member of the softball team and a member of the Student Athlete Advisory Board. She was nominated for the Marian University M-Club Senior Scholar-Athlete award and is a two-time Daktronics NAIA Scholar-Athlete. She was named Mid-Central College Conference (MCC) Newcomer of the Year and All-MCC as a freshman. In 2012, Uebelhor was honored as Marian University’s first Capital One Academic All-American® by the College Sports Information Directors of America. Internships at JA Benefits, LLC and Slingshot SEO assisted Uebelhor in exploring her career opportunities. After graduation, Uebelhor was sought after by several companies, and ultimately accepted a job at ExactTarget in downtown Indianapolis. Uebelhor is now the product marketing manager for ProofHQ.