Kelly Davenport


Kelly Davenport


Originally a pizza & Portillo’s loving Chicago girl, Kelly Davenport now resides in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and studies both Design & Visual Communications in the Peck School of The Arts as well as Journalism, Advertising/PR & Media Studies in the College of Letters & Science at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. After class, Kelly immerses herself in campus clubs such as the Love Your Melon volunteer campus crew, AIGA-WI and holds a board position as Vice President of Consulting for UWM’s American Marketing Association. Her passion for design originally stemmed from her love for filmmaking. Her dedication to learning has opened doors to a wide variety of different jobs and internships over the last four years. While previously gaining experience in marketing, communications, social media, and design from her positions at the Walt Disney Company and The National Multiple Sclerosis Society, she’s most recently grown as a creative working as a graphic designer and brand ambassador for the Milwaukee Bucks. After gaining experience in the entertainment industry as well as the non-profit world, she’s developed skills in branding, videography, social media and more. Her work has been featured in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, at the Wisconsin State Fair, and throughout the Fiserv Forum in Milwaukee. After a fulfilling day of hard work, Kelly spends time enjoying her many interests that include traveling, dancing, decorating for holidays, and going to concerts.

Design Team

Jose DeLeon:
App Design & Development

JoAnn Hauge:
Industry professional

Sarah Murray:
Business Strategy

Tina Driscoll:
Business strategy

High School & Notable Teachers

Huntley High School – Huntley, IL



E-MOTE is a safe digital space where youth are rewarded for engaging with activities that help them track, manage and understand their mood and emotions.


To create a secure digital environment that rewards children for managing and understanding their emotions


To have a community of emotionally intelligent children & young people who use E-MOTE as a way of managing their emotions to avoid the development of mental illness.