Ms. Huff earned a Master of Science Degree from the University of Tennessee in 1988. She honed her professional skills at Emory University, specializing in Neurogenic Speech/Language and Cognitive Disorders. It was during that time that she began to explore and participate in the utilization of intensive, neurologically based treatment programs (ie., Neurotechnologies) for improving patient's communication and cognitive skills after stroke, TBI and Parkinson Disease. That early research led to the creation of ZoneForce, an intensive training program for scholar-athletes that improves both sports performance and academics; MindSpa, an intensive training program for improving cognitive performance for older adults and Aurora Strategies, a specialized school dedicated to achieving statistically significant academic progress (> 2 -4 years of gains) for students with learning challenges of intensive learning programs for students with learning challenges. Kellie has served as President of the Georgia Speech and Hearing Association, Vice President of the American Academy of Private Practice in Speech Pathology and Audiology, held Board positions for Academe of the Oaks, Faith Community Christian Academy, SharpBrains Council for Brain Fitness Innovation and as Adjunct Professor in the Georgia University System. Kellie’s published articles and presentations include topics as far ranging as "Communication Skills for Career Success", “Reducing Infant and Maternal Mortality Rate in America”, "Understanding Individuals with Autism and Asperger's Syndromes”, “Radically Improving Your Personal Brand” “Brain Hack Your Morning Routine” and results of her BioStacking Neurotechnologies has been featured in two documentaries.
Ms. Huff collaborated with international experts to bring her ground-breaking approach of intensive learning through BioStacking Neurotechnologies to Australia, Dubai, Singapore, Lebanon and Cyprus. She has received the distinguished ACE award from the American Speech and Hearing Association, Leadership Award from the National Republican Congressional Committee, Keynote Speaker for the International Advanced Brain Conference, is a founding member of the Division for Sound-Based Therapy Interventions.
Today, Ms. Huff applies her interest in neurology and brain function to her work with children and adults through intensive learning programs; academic, sports and executive performance enhancement programs. Ms. Huff serves on the Advisory Council of Academe of the Oaks, a Waldorf High School in Atlanta, The Board of Directors for Faith Community Christian Academy and is an Adjunct Professor at the University of West Georgia, Department of Speech Pathology, and a member of the Sharp Brain Council for Brain Fitness Innovation.
In June 2020 Ms. founded TACKL Health with partners Curtis Faircloth and Lauren Hetzel. TACKL Health in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Kellie’s healthcare background and access to testing and supplies paired with Mr. Faircloth’s business relationships and Ms. Hetzels background in 5-Star hospitality enabled businesses and industries to remain open and operating while keeping customers and staff safe from COVID. TACKL Health expanded to 10 states servicing industries such as travel, long term care, film, manufacturing, the ride-share and on-demand delivery.
Currently TAKCL Health is implementing the post-COVID business model of applying innovative scientific technologies, products and services, for the health and wellness benefit of consumers seeking recharging, re-calibration and regeneration through Bio-Stacking.