The Founder & CEO of FROST Executive Services, Kelly Frost has more than 15 years of thriving successfully in the fields of Marketing & Advertising, Publishing, Management, Media Production, Communications and Human Resources.
Most recently Kelly facilitated the launch of the national publication, Inspiring Lives Magazine, a female focused magazine with an emphasis on business, lifestyle, health & wellness, travel and many other fascists of a woman’s life. The magazine became widely sought after and is now nationally available in Barnes & Noble, Books a Million, on line, through subscription and on their App. Inspiring Lives Magazine is the magazine of The Global Sisterhood 501(c)(3) where Kelly sits on the board of directors as the Vice President.
Kelly is an advocate of volunteerism and has served on boards in her community, her children’s schools, was a Girl Scout Troop leader, and currently serves on the Executive Board of The Global Sisterhood, a non-profit 501(c)(3) that supports women and children locally, nationally, and internationally. She is also invested in several networking groups that actively give back as well. In January of 2020 Kelly accepted the position of Pittsburgh Director of WIN, The National Association of Women’s Interactive Network. She is working to develop resources, content and connections to fulfill their mission of building a community of women who encourage and support each other both professionally and personally. Kelly is adamant about empowering and inspiring women in business, and in life.
While working to have her passion match her purpose, Kelly had discovered there was a book on her heart that needed to be published, and from that, she began A TOAST TO MOTHERHOOD: The Good, The Bad, & The Hilarious. The book is a collection of stories from Kelly and women in Kelly’s life that have stories to share about their (real life) experiences with Motherhood. Her intent for the book is that she provides entertainment, inspiration, encouragement, laughter, connections, empowerment, strength and to have the ability to support these women and contribute to some phenomenal charities.
In 2017 after temporarily losing partial vision and hearing, Kelly underwent weeks of testing where she was ultimately diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis. Rather than allowing this disease to define her, she decided to be an advocate for those who share her diagnosis. Kelly is now on the National Multiple Sclerosis Digital Advisory Board lending her voice, her story, and her talents in any capacity to assist those with MS and those with loved ones fighting MS. She will be raising funds and awareness for MS in conjunction with her book launch, and signings.
Kelly is a proud native of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and is a graduate from Penn State University in the field of Industrial and Organizational Psychology.
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