Kelly Grimshaw joined MSF in 1999, establishing a Tuberculosis program in Turkmenistan. She has since worked as a Nurse Practitioner and Project Coordinator and China, Sierra Leone, Indonesia, and Zambia assisting those affected by civil and ethnic conflicts as well as the HIV pandemic. Kelly also provided further assistance and program oversite as Medical Coordinator in Angola, Liberia, Ivory Coast and Nigeria with responses to cholera, Marburg Hemorrhagic Fever, meningitis and measles outbreaks. In the US she has volunteered her services to the MSF-USA's Speaker's Bureau throughout the country and Refugee Camp in the Heart of the City exhibits. She currently works in nursing education.