Shellie Baker is the Lincoln Grant Scholar House Campus Coordinator with the Northern Kentucky Community Action Commission. Shellie started her career with the Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services as a case worker and gradually worked her way to case manager. As case manager, Shellie worked with the Kentucky Temporary Assistance Program (TANF), also known as KTAP. She then joined Gateway Community and Technical College in October of 2006 as the Ready to Work Coordinator and worked mostly with single parents KTAP benefits. She then transitioned to the Coordinator for Student Success and Engagement where she coordinated Student Organizations, Early Alert, Service Learning and the BACC grant (Benefits Access for College Completion). She received a Bachelor’s degree in Mental Health and Human Services from Northern Kentucky University and a Master’s degree in Adult and Higher Education at Morehead State University.