By pursuing her passion—combining her love for horses with her love for teaching young children—on the farm she owns on the outskirts of Doylestown, Kelsey Beers ’06 has attracted media attention and garnered community recognition.
In October, Beers was one of 40 people profiled by the Bucks County Courier Times, which sought “Bucks County’s successful, dynamic men and women, under age 40, who shine in the workplace and our community” for its 2013 list of “Forty Under 40.”
Beers is the owner of Everything Little Farm, which specializes in programs for young children including riding lessons, Mommy & Me classes, and a year-round Pony Camp.
Beers’ advice to young professionals is to “follow your dreams and everything else will fall into place.”
“I can’t tell you the amount of times that people have said, ‘But you have your degree in education,’” Beers told the Bucks County Courier Times. “I tell them, just because I’m not teaching in a classroom doesn’t mean I’m not still using my degree to teach in different ways,” she said.