Kelsi Sheren is the CEO and Founder of Brass and Unity, a jewelry line started to save fellow soldiers lives, or at least try to give them a second chance. Kelsi served on the front lines in Afghanistan (Infantry and Artillery) at 18 years old and lost many of her friends during battle. She came home with severe PTSD. After 7 years of anger and pain, she decided to use her struggle for good, and try to help others through their struggle.
Kelsi’s Story on the Brass and Unity website states, “ B&U isn’t for me – It’s for you. For your friends. For your family. For anyone going through impossible situations, mental or physical. We are here to help.” Adding, “Our story is your story. Let’s tell it together.”