There are two things Nashville native Kelcy Morris loves most: music and entrepreneurship. Kelcy spent most of her childhood finding her voice; bringing life to words through the microphone. So it was no surprise when her passion for music never dwindled, but rather blossomed into a lifelong admiration for the music industry and its artists.
At Belmont University, Kelcy found herself drawn to the school’s highly praised music business program. It was during those years of working alongside artists, managers and publicists that her love of the entertainment industry grew. It was also during that time that she explored her interests in learning about other cultures, studying in Australia, South Africa, Botswana and later moving to Hawaii. Her goals were clear, to work closely and learn from individuals and organizations who could show her the ropes of social entrepreneurship and the entertainment industry.
Soon after, Kelcy, with suitcases worth of new experiences, found herself back on the lush grounds of Belmont University, this time as part of Belmont College of Law’s charter class. Her intentions were clear, to learn as much as she could to help entertainment industry professionals and entrepreneurs thrive.
After graduating from Belmont College of Law and passing the Tennessee Bar, Kelcy became an associate at Schaffer Law Firm in 2014. She focuses on intellectual property law and brings a refreshing perspective, using her colorful experiences to bring a much-needed energy to the firm and our clients. She dedicates her days to assisting local entrepreneurs.
When she’s not assisting clients at her office in Edgehill Village, you can find Kelcy running, paddle boarding, spending time with her miniature dachshund, Snoop, and traveling.
Hop on a call with Kelcy and very quickly you will see why she is an asset to our work.