Ramsey, who was born and raised in Parsons, graduated from Parsons High school and then went on to attend Pittsburg State University. In 2002 she received her Bachelor of Science in Psychology, with emphasis in case management. In 2004 she received her Master of Science in Human Resource Development. She then went on to receive her Master of Social Work from the University of Kansas in 2014. In that same year she became certified in PBS (Positive Behavior Support), a model of care used to provide additional support to youth. In December of 2016, Ramsey attended trainings with Cherokee Health Systems in Knoxville, Tenn., in order to improve services and help both adult and youth clients achieve improved health outcomes. The instruction was an intensive two-day experience in Cherokee's Primary Care/Behavioral Health Integrated Care Training Academy. Through the use of the integrated care model, Ramsey provided services in a clinic setting at Labette Health Family Practice Clinic. Ramsey enjoys spending time with her husband Mike and their four children, as well as attending family, community, school events, as well as a passion for running.